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Job Type:       Full Time
Reports to:     Executive Director
Location:        ISNA HQ, 6555 South 750 East, Plainfield, IN
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting and/or finance with over two years of experience
  • Computer Literacy – MS Office Suite, Google Suite, QuickBooks Online & Desktop
  • Proven experience in Accounting
  • Excellent organizational skills

Job description: 

  • Overall organizational accounting management including maintaining & providing financial information and other accounting documentation and reports
  • Cash management and managing all accounting functions such as Accounts payables, employee tax filings, Accounts receivables, designated and restricted funds, investment accounts, payroll, general ledger, and financial reports for executive director and board
  • Implementation and management of internal Audit Control and best practices per Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Internal organizational policies.
  • Coordination and implementation of budget process
  • Managing of all accounting records and invoicing
  • Coordinating the external audit
  • ACH and EFT releases to bank
  • Maintains and implements organizational accounting policies and procedures
  • Reconciles financial information by collecting and analyzing account information
  • Fulfills federal, state, and local financial legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation, enforcing adherence to requirements, and advising management on needed actions

Program Manager, ISNA Office For Interfaith & Community Alliances (IOICA)

Job Type:       Full Time
Reports to:     Executive Director
Location:        110 Maryland Ave. NE, Suite 101, Washington D.C. 20002
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in a relevant field and over three years of experience
  • Experienced in working with diverse religious and ethnic organizations in a pluralistic setting
  • Demonstrated integrity and credibility in dealing with others
  • Ability to take initiative in developing innovative projects
  • Ability to prioritize, and on-time delivery of agreed deliverables
  • Ensuring that information about programs and activities are communicated in effective and visible ways to the public
  • Experienced in building coalitions
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills, both written and oral
  • Computer Literacy – MS Office Suite, Google Suit

Job description: 

Interfaith and Community Alliances:

  • Oversees ISNA’s ongoing interfaith projects and maintains close contact with our interfaith alliances and project- based partners.
  • Coordinates ongoing communications and outreach to ISNA’s inter-religious partners and strategic outreach organizations.
  • Participates in Interfaith events, meetings and dialogues.
  • Interfaith related grant applications and ensure the compliance with grantor’s requirements and other applicable standards for grant implementation.
  • Provides technical support on interfaith dialogue to Muslim communities across the nation in order to promote dynamics and innovative interfaith dialogue experiences.
  • Prioritize ISNA’s interfaith relations and create new alliances based on the overall organizational vision as regard to interfaith partnerships and cooperation.
  • Develops and maintain strong collaborative relationship with leaders in other community organizations and faith institutions.

Government Relations:

  • Directs and organizes joint events and various programs with different government departments and agencies.
  • Builds strong relations with key contacts in various government agencies and serves as a resource for them in their outreach to Muslim communities across the nation.
  • Maintains and informs ISNA’s leadership about latest government projects related to Muslim communities.
  • Serves as principle liaison for ISNA with administration officials and counterparts from other non-governmental organizations.
  • Identify opportunities and develop strategies for engagement with government projects.
  • Coordinates and implements government’s appeals to Muslim communities to participate in particular project.
  • Attends meetings, briefings, events, and conferences organized by government. In some cases, arranges and leads such initiatives.
  • Connects government agencies with community leaders and organizations at grassroots as well as facilitate Muslim professional organizations access to federal government services.
  • Plans and coordinates government speaking engagement and participation in ISNA’s conventions, conferences and special events.

Community Outreach:

  • Serves as Liaison for ISNA with the National Muslim religious and professional organizations.
  • Develops relationships with community-based organizations.
  • Maintains relationship and collaboration with key Muslim community leaders and Islamic centers across the country in order to provide access to ISNA’s programs and services.
  • Brings under-represented Muslim communities closer to ISNA’s platform through involvement and participation in ISNA’s sponsored and coordinated programs.
  • Develops community relationships and maintain cooperative relationship with other similar agencies.
  • Performs a variety of miscellaneous duties including making arrangements for local leaders to speak at national events.
  • Targets participation with community based organizations that result in increased positive visibility for and understanding of ISNA’s overall vision.

Special Events and Fundraising:

  • Develops and implements unique special events within the parameters of ISNA’s goals and priorities.
  • Creates and adheres to project budget and timelines for special events.
  • Directs and organize miscellaneous special events as determined by ISNA’s leadership.
  • Creates new fundraising strategies related to special events.
  • Develops and carry out recruitment plans for event participants to ensure higher level of participation.
  • Major donors/ participant’s relations. This means developing goals and objectives for donors.
  • Creates new techniques to fundraise for new project or special events.
  • Directs and manages all special events that fall out of IOICA annual action plan.
  • Supervises the submission of request for grant proposals and look for new grants to support IOICA projects and services.

Management of the IOICA Office in Washington D.C.:

  • Organizes and supervises the ISNA Office for interfaith and community alliances in Washington DC.
  • Ensures the flow of communications with the headquarters.
  • Provides leadership in developing programs, organizational and financial plans in collaboration with the executive director.
  • Develops and ensures the implementation of the IOICA action plan and administer its budget.
  • Ensures timely and effective implementation of the IOICA’s activities, including administrative requirements.
  • Provides regular reports to the executive director.

Fund Development Coordinator

Job Type:       Full Time
Reports to:     Executive Director
Location:        ISNA HQ, 6555 South 750 East, Plainfield, Indiana
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a related field with experience in fund development and fundraising
Computer Literacy: MS Office Suite, Google Suite, Basic Databases, Blackbaud/ Raiser’s Edge
Proven experience as a Fund Development manager
Excellent organizational and communication skills
Problem solving skills
Job description:  
  • Planning, coordinating, and implementing fundraising activities
  • Setting and achieving fundraising goals
  • Special event coordination like banquets and galas for fundraising
  • Coordination of annual fundraising appeals
  • Planned Giving and Major Gifts
  • Budget development and management
  • Promotion of fundraising events using various marketing techniques
  • Setting and achieving fundraising goals
  • Coordinate all aspects of fundraising events and activities including planning and execution
  • Experience in grant writing
  • Donor relations and cultivation