CAIR-Columbus 17th Annual Banquet
CAIR-OHIO UPCOMING EVENTS
CAIR-CINCINNATI ANNUAL BANQUET
SATURDAY, MAY 10, 2014
CAIR-CLEVELAND ANNUAL BANQUET
SUNDAY, MAY 11, 2014
CAIR-Columbus Seeks Executive Director
CAIR-Ohio is a non-profit, grassroots American-Muslim advocacy group established in 1998. CAIR-Ohio currently has three chapters - Columbus, Cleveland, and Cincinnati. The national office, founded in 1994, is located in Washington, D.C. with 35 chapters nationwide. CAIR's mission is to enhance understanding of Islam and Muslims, empower American-Muslims, and promote justice.
POSITION SUMMARY The Executive Director, Columbus (ED) reports to the Columbus chapter Executive Board. Under the direction of the Executive Board, the ED is responsible for the fulfillment of the organization's mission and the development and implementation of its strategic plan and initiatives. The ED serves as the chief executive of the Columbus chapter, overseeing staff and providing strategic leadership for the chapter's continued growth and development.
- Bachelor's Degree required, Masters Degree Preferred
- Three years work experience with a non-profit organization or in a related field
- Superior, verbal and written communication skills. (Ability to articulate the views of CAIR on sensitive issues in verbal and written English in a measured and mature style is critical.)
- Experience working with a Board of Directors
- Excellent written and oral communications skills
- Experience in developing, managing, reporting and accountability to budgets
- Strategic planning and organization skills
- Ability to raise funds and motivate the Muslim community
- Some evenings, weekends, and travel will be required
- Competitive Salary commensurate with experience
- Islamic work environment,
- Health insurance
- Paid vacation and holidays
Community Alert: Scam artists claiming to be federal government agents
CAIR-Columbus – November 11, 2013
Community members from across the country, including the Columbus area, have received threatening, fraudulent phone calls from an unknown caller who claims to be a federal government agent.
The caller identifies himself/herself as calling from the federal government (FBI, IRS, or other government agency), and threaten that a family member will be arrested on federal charges, or that their visa/passport will be revoked. The phone number may be a Washington DC area code (202), or even a local number. The caller may have an accent. They may also claim that your taxes were filled incorrectly and the IRS has issued an arrest warrant for you. They offer an immediate settlement option to avoid arrest.They say the IRS is willing to settle the fine, arrest and penalties for a specific amount. They will instruct you to go purchase a money order and send it to a PO Box. The callers know personal information and are very convincing.
Sample phone numbers:
The caller may request confirmation of your personal information like a home address, family member name/location, andmay request money, bank account number, credit card number, etc. They may leave a message requesting you to call them back, and name your family member names.
Do not provide any personal or financial information, and do not confirm any information. Do not engage in a discussion with the caller. Hang up the phone.
You may also file a police report with your local police department in person for telephone harassment/fraud. We are filing complaints with the local FBI and are tracking these calls.
CAIR-Cincinnati Recruiting Testers for Fairness in Housing
Want to help fight bigotry and bias? Want to get paid to do it? We're looking for a few good people to work as testers for fairness in housing. If you live in the Cincinnati/Northern
Kentucky area, are Arab, have an Arab name and an accent and you want to help fight anti-Arab bias and get paid for it, please call 513-281-8200.