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Art Teacher/Babysitter

I am a senior, studio art major and art history minor and am looking for an opportunity to teach children visual art, through private lessons. I can offer lessons in: drawing, painting, screenprinting, collage and sculpting with clay. I can work after school, or during the day in January and can continue lessons into the spring semester. For more information and references feel free to contact me. - Hannah Sklar 917-658-3130 www.cargocollective.com/hannahsklar

On Call - Days - Position in Dining

Kendal at Oberlin has PRN positions available for Dining Room Attendants. Responsibilities include wait service for residents and guests. Assists in the food preparation and sanitation of the Dining Services Department as needed.

Must be able to read, write and understand English, and display a helpful and courteous posture. Appearance must be clean, neat and orderly. Full duties and responsibilities are detailed in the position description. Must have pleasant personality and able to work well with everyone, with excellent attendance and dependability.

Shift: Lunch Shift (Rotating Weekends & Holidays)

Hours: Variable

Part Time Position @ Kendal at Oberlin

KENDAL AT OBERLIN Development Specialist – Contracted Part-time

Kendal at Oberlin, Lorain County’s premier life plan community serving older adults, has a 30-60 hours/ month flexible position available for a Development Specialist in a contracted, independent role. This position requires past experience in fund development and grant writing, proficiency in computer software such as Microsoft Office and other media. Emphasis on modeling Kendal’s Values and Practices (see Kendal website) in the job.

This position serves to customize the support of Kendal at Oberlin by implementing an appropriate “Culture of Philanthropy.” Responsible to work with board committee and executive staff in seeking grant opportunities, implementing an annual appeal and legacy event, planned giving options, and periodic major gifts to further our charitable mission.

The ideal candidate will have a college degree in business or related area, and a passion for working with nonprofit organizations. This position’s flexible work hours may attract a senior-level or younger professional individual with past experience in development seeking a part-time opportunity. Work site will vary with flexibility for both home and on-site requirements.

The candidate will excel in reading, writing, verbal skills, and establishing interpersonal relationships. Strong communication, analytical, and organizational skills are also required. The candidate must have a working knowledge of all applicable federal, state and local laws affecting the fund­raising function and will be an adept and hands-on user of software with ability to learn DonorPerfect.

Apply on-line at www.kao.kendal.org Kendal at Oberlin 600 Kendal Drive Oberlin, OH 44074 EOE/ADA