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Executive Assistant AVP Racial Equity (Buffalo, New York area)

Salary  (To be announced)



The Assistant to the AVPREI reports directly to the Associate Vice President, Racial Equity Initiatives (REI). The Assistant to the AVPREI manages the daily activities of the AVPREI and should thrive on keeping all aspects of that role that are under their control organized and moving forward. The Assistant to the AVPREI anticipates the needs of the AVPREI and helps in resolving operational, administrative, and scheduling issues before they arise. In addition to being organized and analytical, the Assistant to the AVPREI possess strong business judgment and the communication skills to interact in an executive level environment with members of the Foundation’s: Board, Board Committees, internal team, external community partners, and other relationships the Foundation maintains. A successful Assistant to the AVPREI must be detail-oriented,

organized, efficient, skilled in written and verbal communications, knowledgeable regarding software tools, possesses a high level of emotional intelligence, and computer competency. This person should be motivated by the important mission-driven work of the Community

Foundation and must maintain confidentiality.


General Administrative

Coordinates workflow to support a fast-paced and priority-driven work environment with the AVPREI. This includes overseeing the                         coordination of the AVPREI’s calendar for meetings and events, presentations, travel arrangements, and for conferences/trainings.

Proactively ensures the provision of prompt, accurate, confidential and professional services for the AVPREI, including supports the                          preparation of reports, correspondence and presentations.

Serves as the primary point of contact for the AVPREI with internal and external key stakeholders, including volunteers, current and                       prospective clients/donors, community leaders and government officials. Handles all interactions professionally.

Assist AVPREI with the preservation of the Foundation’s established cross-sector partnerships that engage public, private, and nonprofit                 institutions, as well as residents, in collective action

Keep abreast of racial equity work of the Foundation.

Create a systematic process to manage and maintain all administrative files (electronic and hard copy).

Prepare and proof documents and correspondence, including generating and producing mail merges and PDF documents.

Assist with creation of PowerPoint presentations.

Provide administrative coordination and support for specialized initiatives, as assigned.

Reconciles the AVPREI’s expense reports monthly.

Reviews the various grants that have been awarded to that fund racial equity work and determines what costs are allowable and where                 funding limits stand which affect future spending decisions. Board Committee and Community Partner Support.

Community relationships are one of the most important assets the organization possesses, the Assistant to the AVPREI will have the                       responsibility of directly dealing with over 300 such relationships and continually presenting and representing the Foundation in a positive           light.

The Assistant to the AVPREI has important conversations with members of the Racial Equity Round Table, Foundation Board members and            other community partners and is responsible for making decisions and how to move their requests forward.

Proactively ensures the provision of prompt, accurate, confidential and professional services to the Community Partners, including supporting     the preparation of reports, correspondence and presentations.

Assists with meeting preparation for the various committees and community partners. Tasks include: schedule and provide locations for               meetings, assist with preparation of meeting agendas, gather and distribute all materials, send appropriate reminders, confirm attendance,         communicate with partner support staff when needed.

Assists with the initiative to provide Racial Equity Impact Analysis training for leaders in our community including making decisions on: fees to     be charged or waived, selection of venues/locations for training sessions, consultants to be hired, and other related expenses to be incurred.       All these decisions have budgetary implications that the Assistant to the AVPREI is responsible for.

Prepare minutes of any committee and workgroup meetings, when requested.

Assemble and store all official materials from meetings of committees and community partners for permanent records.

   Meeting/Event Management

Schedule meetings, as required, and provide meeting management support, including preparing meeting minutes, if applicable.

Provide support to staff members who plan and coordinate special events.

Other Job Duties

Provide back up for Receptionist/Office Administrator.

On a limited basis and when needed proactively ensures the provision of confidential and professional services to other members the                   Management Team, including supporting the preparation of reports, correspondence and presentations.

All other duties, as assigned. Management Responsibilities: None Travel: Local travel on occasion.


Two-year degree required. Four-year degree preferred or equivalent career experience, or combination of degree and work


At least 3 years’ experience working with and supporting busy organizational leaders.

Advanced proficiency of computer skills, including Adobe, Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, MS Planner, MS Forms, internet                 searches, virtual platforms (e.g., Zoom, Google Meet, Menti, etc.) and webinars.

Effective oral and written communication skills.

Detail-oriented with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously in an organized and flexible fashion.

Problem solver.

Strong aptitude for new technologies and utilizing systems that promote efficiency and effectiveness.

Effective at administrative management.

Able to work both independently and in a team environment.

High degree of accuracy and attention to detail

Director of Programs Nonprofit (Buffalo, New York area)

Salary (To be announced)



The Director, will lead efforts Building a WNY community in which all children have the opportunity to be active in sports. They will be

leading this collective impact initiative through cross-sector partnerships that engage public, private, and philanthropic institutions,

as well as residents, in collective action. The organization will serve as convener, co-creator and administrative backbone organization, working with Advisory Council to mobilize stakeholders and develop breakthrough initiatives. Initiative change strategies map to The Aspen Institute Project Play framework and build upon the Western New York State of Play report released in June, 2017 and subsequent collective impact initiative. Together with the Chief Community Impact Officer (CCIO), the dept. is primarily responsible for leading, managing, coordinating and

executing of the project.

This will include: 

(1) serving as the link between contractors (including Aspen Institute), the WNY Youth Sports Advisory Council,

      working groups and key stakeholders, as well as Foundation for Southeast Michigan; 

(2) maintaining strong knowledge of relevant community issues;

(3) developing and maintaining strong relationships in the youth sports ecosystem; (4) and utilizing tools for advancing collective action,                     including: convening partners, building coalitions, forging common agendas, organizing media campaigns, initiating grants, and leveraging           resources.


Manage the dept including strategy, execution, learning, and evaluation

Manage and maintain the engagement of Council and committee members and key stakeholders

Develop, formalize, and maintain a strong youth sports network involving a diverse group of citizens, professionals, community

   stakeholders, and elected officials), when appropriate

Facilitate the efforts of stakeholders to create shared agendas, common action plans, assessment systems, and sustainability strategies

Ensure convenings, stakeholder events and meetings are coordinated

Seek and secure additional support to leverage existing resources dedicated to WNY Youth Sports, including attracting funding from sources          outside the Western New York region

Work with Knowledge Management to continually improve the metrics and assessment tools for leadership

Work with the Communications to develop and deliver key messages that advance Youth Sports in the region as well as reflect the brand               promises

Participate in review as well as manage the process small grants Jr. Legacy Fund for Youth Sports etc.

Manage relevant contracts and budgets


Play a key role in educating the Board, staff, and constituents on leadership initiatives, and other issues of concern

Represent the organization at local and national meetings

All other duties, as assigned


Currently, the dept manages 3.0 grant funded positions

Generally, travel is primarily within Western New York and to Southeast Michigan. Some domestic travel may be required for job training,             professional development and relationship development


Demonstrated domain expertise and ability to lead strategy development

Minimum ten years of progressively more responsible experience in philanthropy, sports management, youth development or related fields

Bachelor’s degree; relevant backgrounds may include sports management, planning, public administration, business, economics, etc.

Proven program development and project management experience, prioritizing multiple projects within tight deadlines

Extensive knowledge of the nonprofit sector and experience in leading and facilitating community coalitions

Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with persons of diverse backgrounds and organizations throughout the        Western New York community

Experience in communicating in a persuasive, credible manner, in person, in digital settings, and in writing and presentations

Commitment to the team effort of the organization

Accounting Manager (Buffalo, New York area)



Job Title

Accounting Manager Reports to: CFO

Job Category

Exempt Department: Finance & Accounting

Position Purpose

Direct hands-on operations and staff members in a way that produces needed working knowledge, controls and coordination, using best-in-class accounting and finance processes and systems, so that there are consistent, predictable results and a dynamic

and continuously learning team of financial professionals and accounting staff.

Primary Position Responsibilities

Financial Management:

Completes and analyzes financial resources and reports such as balance sheets, invoices, accounts payable and accounts receivable, business      reports, financial forecasts, and statements to understand the financial state of the agency; and assists executive leadership with important          financial decisions.

Understands organizations program’s activities and outcomes and monitors the contractual obligations of each grant and funder supporting         each program including program statistics and benchmarks.

Manages and monitors the week-to-week operations of the Finance & Accounting department to ensure that overall efficiency and                          effectiveness are maintained.

Monitors and controls the flow of cash to meet the financial, investment, and organizational needs of the agency

Facilitates the annual budget preparation process and consistently monitors budget performance including education about and oversight of        program directors’ fiscal responsibilities and performance

Conducts financial analysis on health insurance, pension, and other employee benefits, recommending new solutions when necessary or               desirable

Collaborates with the CFO to implement policies, processes, systems, applications, and procedures for financial operations, analysis, and                reporting that ensure organizations finance and accounting practices are current and effective; and to structure and coordinate

    agency operations to match program activity and production

Keeps up to date on WNY funder, NYS, and federal regulations and legal changes, and makes appropriate changes in financial and accounting        operations to ensure full compliance

Uses fiscally sound analysis and decision-making to identify the systemic impact of financial decisions on the whole of organization and                 collaborates with the CFO to address any negative impacts and enhance positive impacts

Monitors organizations financial reports and determines ways to reduce costs, maximize revenue, find new areas for efficiency and effectiveness, and keep organizations financial state in continuous functional improvement

Prepares for the annual fiscal audit and all other financial audits, collaborating with the CFO and other executives to address any findings

   Team Leadership and Employee Development:

Builds a relationship of respect, trust, and support with each of the finance and accounting team members as the basis for their full                       engagement and growth

Develops a high-performance team of financial and accounting staff members who work well together, appreciate, and resolve differences,            welcome improvement and change, and model inclusiveness

Develops successful working relationships with program directors and program staff members, demonstrating progressively deeper levels of        understanding of program outcomes and related contracts and grants

Addresses performance shortfalls through coaching and helping staff members evaluate how they are contributing to organization                          Implements plans to help members fulfill their position and team membership responsibilities

Recognizes the need for new or replacement hires and selects new hires for their demonstrated competence and value-adding to the                     department and the F & A team

Ensures that all team members are trained and coached to use financial software effectively

and efficiently, following up to ensure that all staff members are working efficiently and using

best practices

Knowledge and Skill Requirements

Master’s or bachelor’s degree in Accounting with a minimum of 5 years of prior experience and a strong background in all aspects of financial operations and staff supervision. Certified Public Accountant designation preferred.

Fully proficient in all Microsoft Office operations, fund accounting systems and financial management, with a broad working knowledge of using Internet, email, and computers in the workplace.

Demonstrated history of taking initiative to solve problems and identify improvement opportunities and solutions.

Demonstrated commitment to Racial Justice and Social Equity and the opportunities for learning in a multiracial and ethnic environment.

Strong verbal and written communication skills

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

The job specifications cited in this Job Description are not to be interpreted to be a complete list of all the qualifications and performance expectations needed to perform this job adequately. Management can at its discretion add, drop, or change at any time the duties, responsibilities and expectations of this job.

Attorney Office of Diversity Equity And Inclusion Legal Counsel (Buffalo, New York area)

Salary $130,000 -$150,000 Yearly 



At the direction of the Vice President, the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Legal Counsel provides leadership, support, and guidance to the programs, policies, procedures, and initiatives of the Office for Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights (EOCR), Diversity, Equity and Inclusion sector. They provide legal advice to the Vice President and administrators and supervise internal investigators and external counsel who serve in an advisory capacity regarding discrimination issues. The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Legal Counsel will also identify relevant policies needed to support diversity, equity, and inclusion and provide leadership in developing and implementing them. They will partner with general counsel as appropriate and necessary. This position will also work collaboratively with Human Resources to support the development of inclusive search processes.


Monitor the organization's compliance with equal opportunity and civil rights laws and related policies, as well as assist with responses to inquiries from federal and state government agencies such as the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission and the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education.

Manage the office charged with investigating all discrimination complaints and provide supervision and direction to investigators. Conduct a review of current relevant processes for efficiencies and timeliness.

Work collaboratively with the general counsel to advise the V.P. and other administrators on various discrimination-related legal issues.

Work proactively to protect the organizations from legal exposure including:

o Develop and manage a bias incident response team.

o Lead and manage the team responsible for monitoring the review of discrimination-related cases.

Develop the protocol for the regular reporting of discrimination-related trends, including ADA and implications for the campus and make recommendations for addressing negative trends.

Support Human Resources and the Provost office with developing, implementing and monitoring an inclusive search process to support hiring and recruitment efforts. In addition, support the delivery of professional development and education to the administration, faculty and staff regarding applicable laws and best practices for inclusive search practices and support any D.E.I. related processes for faculty and staff.

Support General Counsel with the equity review of all new and existing policies.

Ensure faculty, staff and students are knowledgeable about their rights and responsibilities under applicable equal opportunity and civil rights laws and related policies.

Maintain confidentiality of information (including but not limited to student and employee personal information, student grades, etc.) during and after university employment. Any questions regarding the confidentiality of material should be referred to the supervisor. Any violation shall subject the employee to disciplinary action, including termination of employment.

Work with Office of Violence Prevention and Education grant managers to determine opportunities for collaboration.

Perform other duties as assigned.


1) Outstanding academic credentials.

2) Superior oral and written communication skills.

3) Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

4) Proven ability to work collaboratively with other professionals.

5) Experience in independently managing complex legal issues.

6) Commitment to diversity.

7) A record of exemplary personal and professional integrity.

8) The ability to provide practical and timely decisions as appropriate and necessary.

9) Solid computer skills including Microsoft Office and use of the internet and e-mail.


1) Law degree (J.D.) from an ABA-accredited institution; admission to and in good standing with the New York State Bar.

2) Three to seven years of experience in legal practice.

3) Experience in the field of higher education law is preferred.

4) Experience investigating and/or managing the resolving of complaints of discrimination.

5) Valid New York State driver's license is required. The license must meet insurance company rules and regulations for driving underwriting criteria.

6) The position may require travel.

Staff Accountant (Buffalo, New York)

Salary $50,000- $55,000 Yearly 



 Seeking an experienced professional that is enthusiastic and dedicated to helping accomplish its mission by using effective practices to prepare and maintain accurate accounting records.

The Staff Accountant will be an integral part of the accounting team Given the large number of funds the Staff Accountant should be detail-oriented with the ability to accurately track, account for and report a large volume of financial transactions.

The position is full-time with excellent benefits available and the Controller is their direct reporting supervisor. 


• Process all cash receipts ensuring they are deposited to the proper bank account, and posted to the correct general ledger account and client’s fund

• Prepare all bank deposits, including via mail or remote check deposit

• Input all vendor invoices and distribute them to supervisors for proper approval. When returned, review to ensure accuracy and proper coding of: fund, leadership initiative and account number

• Upload all outgoing grants to the accounts payable system

• Print all checks for vendors, grants and scholarships and mail or distribute to others internally

• Prepare monthly account reconciliations for checking accounts and certain outside investment accounts

• Maintain files for vendor invoices, accounting documents, contracts and program-related investments

• Prepare journal entries and maintain supporting documentation

• Timesheet administration, tracking and reporting of all team member’s time based on individual team member input

• Scan all monthly outside investment information and send it to the investment consultant

• Track stock gifts until the proceeds have been received

• Assist with the preparation of - Routine quarterly fund statements - Annual audit schedules and tax filing - Annual correspondence to each designated beneficiary organization to notify them of scheduled disbursements during the year

Administrative support for the finance team which could include: coordinating and scheduling meetings, updating information in the financial reporting system, copying and scanning documents, and working on special projects or other tasks as requested


• An Associate’s Degree or above in Accounting or Business with a minimum of three years of related experience in an accounting position • Strong analytical, bookkeeping, and account reconciliation skills

• Advanced mastery of computer skills, including Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint

• Detail-oriented with the ability to think through a process and identify all financial implications

• Capable of exercising good judgment when it comes to problem-solving, setting priorities, and decision making

• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and consistently meet assigned deadlines

• Aptitude for learning new technologies and utilizing systems that promote efficiency and effectiveness

• Excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to communicate and maintain positive relationships with other staff members and prepare documents for presentation 

Dentist (Buffalo, New York)

Salary: $240,000 Yearly 



Established in 1975 financially sound. A well-established dentist is Buffalo is looking to add an Associate Dentist to the practice.


M-F 9 am to 5 pm


Usually are modified according to the associate's needs.  PTO, Malpractice, cont ed, etc. Varies by an associate.

Over view:

1,800 Active Patient files

 Software Dentrix's most current version.

Current Staff: 6

Dentist : 1 (only associate is working)

DA's  :            2

RDH's :        1

Nonclinical :   2


  • General Dentistry
  • Root Canal
  • Crown & Bridges
  • No Ortho