Executive Jobs

President and CEO, the ELCA Foundation and Executive Director, ELCA Mission Advancement

This position serves as the president and chief executive officer of The ELCA Foundation and executive director for the Mission Advancement unit of the churchwide organization. The person in this role has responsibility for achieving the mission and vision of The ELCA Foundation, ensuring compliance with legal and fiscal requirements and board approved policies and, along with the Board of Trustees, gives direction and leadership toward the development of the organization’s strategic objectives, consistent with the values and mission of the ELCA.

This position serves as the chief development officer for both the churchwide organization and the ELCA Foundation and ensures effective marketing tactics are deployed to support strategic and fundraising objectives.

The position reports to the ELCA Foundation Board of Trustees and the ELCA Executive for Administration.

Chief Executive Officer

E/BFSC seeks an experienced nonprofit sector leader, reporting to the Board of Directors, who will be responsible for planning, implementing, supervising, and evaluating E/BFSC’s programs and operations as a means of inspiring, guiding, and advocating on behalf of working families and their children. As a highly visible representative of E/BFSC, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will be responsible for developing and maintaining strong relationships with various constituencies including families, Board members, donors, volunteers, community leaders, foundations, government, and partner agencies. The candidate will have a proven track record of attracting and sustaining public and private funding and partnerships as well as financial and political astuteness. The incoming CEO will bring strategic thinking, teamwork, and diplomacy to their work. Candidates should feel comfortable working in an organization that values integrity and collaborative solutions in a city with a diverse cultural and economic base of support.

Executive Director

The Executive Director of YWCA Mankato will provide strong leadership with demonstrated abilities in organizational development and team building to create and sustain an environment conducive to unity around the mission of the YWCA. The Executive Director is also responsible for program development and managing the wide range of programs and services provided by the YWCA Mankato.

The Executive Director must have the ability to plan, develop/solicit and manage financial resources and organization obligations. This person will be the association’s primary spokesperson to the community, regional and national YWCAs, and significant donors.


The Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law (Shriver Center), one of the nation’s leading organizations advocating on behalf of and alongside people living in poverty to advance racial equity and economic and social justice, seeks an experienced and innovative leader to serve as its next President and Chief Executive Officer (President).

Executive Director

The Executive Director will provide visionary leadership to drive all fundraising and programmatic efforts for our Foundation, working closely with the Chief Executive Officer and Board of Directors to instill philanthropy as a core value of the organization. The Executive Director will oversee related programs and operations.

Director of Fundraising & Communications

Pacific Standard is experiencing significant growth in readership and staff. This new leadership position will work with the executive director to develop and implement our long-term marketing and donor communications strategy for our award-winning magazine Pacific Standard (PSmag.com). We are committed to recruiting and supporting a diverse staff to help report on and advance a conversation about social and environmental issues in our society. People of all backgrounds and perspectives/life experiences are encouraged to apply.
Being an excellent writer and communicator, the director of marketing and donor relations will take an integrated approach to fundraising/securing donations and conduct activities with our donor base, including cultivation, retention, growth, and administrative aspects of our growth plan. They will establish and implement our fundraising strategy and set goals, manage the customer relationship system, and, working collaboratively with our audience desk, create effective marketing and social media campaigns that encourage individual donors and institutional giving; evaluate and elevate existing communications; develop and execute clear and consistent campaign messages for a variety of audiences; drive cross-department collaboration on the timing of communications to ensure well-timed engagement with key audiences; and oversee results.
Pacific Standard publishes stories that matter, stories that, by virtue of their ideas and craft, are capable of creating a better and more just society. With a methodology that mixes rigorous reporting and narrative journalism with peer-reviewed research, we are fiercely committed to covering social and environmental justice. We have offices in both Santa Barbara, California, and Washington, D.C.

Executive Director

Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County (VHOCC) is seeking an Executive Director to provide leadership and management to ensure the organization’s goals and operations align with its mission and values. The Executive Director will work with the Board, employees, volunteers, and members of community to develop and execute VHOCC’s strategy while continuing to provide an exceptional level of service and support to clients and their families in the community. Responsibilities include administrative oversight and operations management, consisting of staffing, budgeting, policy making, as well as organization-wide community outreach, marketing, and fundraising efforts.

Executive Manager – Virtual Office

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a qualified Executive Manager to manage IAP2 staff, committees, events and activities. With over 1550 members and growing, we are seeking an individual who has extensive non-profit management experience while leading a team of dedicated employees. Leadership and great organizational skills are a must for this position. This person must understand the opportunities and challenges that come with a growing organization so adaptability and innovation are keys to success. If this sounds like you, please read on.

Chief Operating Officer

As a key member of the Career Path Services executive team, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for all Career Path Services programs.

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