Join The Cancer Family Care Team

Cancer Family Care’s mission is to strengthen the well-being and alleviate the suffering
of any child, adult, or family coping with cancer.


By joining our team, you will help to compassionately empower strength in our clients every day.

Therapist (32-40 hours weekly)

Position Summary:

  • Counsel children and adults, handling the impact of cancer, through counseling, education, and referral in individual, family and/or group settings.  Locations will include the main office, one satellite office location, and/or area schools as needed.

Supervision Received:

  • Director of Clinical Services

Supervision Exercised:

  • None

Minimum Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in Social Work or Counseling
  • LISW or LPCC – Licensure in Ohio or within one year of receiving independent licensure
  • Valid driver’s license and automobile with proof of auto insurance


  • Provide direct service: intake, diagnostic assessment, and 3 modalities of counseling; individual, family, and group
  • Provide office-based and telehealth counseling to adults
  • Provide school-based and office counseling to children and adolescents
  • Coordinate client care with other service providers; advocacy, referrals, and case management
  • Maintain written and electronic records as prescribed
  • Other duties as assigned

Interested parties may send their resume and cover letter to Holly Eary, Director of Clinical Services at

POSITION TITLE:  Development Director

EFFECTIVE DATE: November 2023


Develop and implement the agency’s initiatives for identification; cultivation, solicitations, closing, and stewardship of individual, foundation, and corporate gifts; manage an annual giving portfolio for short and long-term benefits to the organization


SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Grant Writer, Development Coordinator


Regular duties include the following (Other duties may be assigned):

On an ongoing basis:

  • With approval of the Development Committee and Executive Director creates and implements annual development plan and strategy. Leads and manages the organization’s overall development efforts to raise an annual unrestricted budget with yearly increases established by the Board.
  • In concert with the Business Manager and Development Committee, develop the Annual FY budget
  • Develop and execute solicitation and stewardship strategies for major donors ($1000+)
  • Assign Executive Director and Board members who are willing, major donors to steward and assist as needed
  • Develop the case for support documents. Train staff and Board in the use of documents, talking points, and donor stewardship practices
  • Design and deliver direct mail appeals targeting introductory gifts, annual gifts, pledges, recurring gifts, and re-activation gifts
  • Communicate to Executive Director and Board, metrics for monitoring retention, new donor acquisition, and average gift value.
  • Create and conduct a plan for donor prospecting
  • The primary focus is to cultivate and grow the donor base, through yearly increases in donor retention and reactivation rates, the number of new individual donors, and increased individual donor revenue,
  • Cultivate and steward donors through in-person visits, personalized correspondence, special events, and timely acknowledgments.
  • Development & Public Relations – Collaborate with the Executive Director on donor communications, including annual appeal, annual report, newsletters, and donor impact reports.

With the Development Coordinator:

  • Manage two (2) signature fundraising events annually
  • Acquire and manage volunteers and manage relationships with third-party fundraisers.
  • Develop ‘friend-raising” events that provide fiscal growth and engagement of new/current donors. Events must be mission-relevant, donor-educational, and cost-effective
  • Create, (or supervise volunteer or intern to create), timely printed, email, and social media communications to donors and prospects that communicate the case for support and the impact of gifts
  • Manage donor and event software

With the Grant Writer:

  • Identify new prospects for grant submission
  • Ensure that LOIs, applications, and reports are submitted on time
  • Establish relationships with grant managers


  • Minimum of 5 years of development or relevant experience
  • Direct experience in securing major gifts, cultivating individual donors, and increasing support from existing donors.
  • High energy, positive, “can-do” attitude, a sincere affinity for the mission, flexibility, teamwork, and attention to detail; high degree of initiative.
  • Is entrepreneurial. Have the communication, financial, and technical skills needed to effectively communicate and implement the development and marketing plan;
  • Has a style and approach to tasks that both inspires confidence and supports effective leadership;
  • Forms effective relationships with donors and volunteers;
  • Can initiate, sustain, and monitor multiple tasks and see them through to a successful conclusion;
  • Proven track record of achieving revenue targets.
  • Strong verbal communication skills and demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively.
  • Demonstrated ability to prospect, cultivate, and manage new funding sources
  • Strong partnership-building and event-planning skills.
  • Excellent computer skills and knowledge of database management.
  • Demonstrated ability to motivate and manage volunteers.