Nonprofit Organizations Jobs

Program Officer

The Philanthropy team is seeking an exceptional individual with strong program management, implementation and leadership skills to provide on-the-ground execution of TCHF’s grantmaking strategy as a Program Officer.

Program Officer

The Philanthropy team is seeking an exceptional individual with strong program management, implementation and leadership skills to provide on-the-ground execution of TCHF’s grantmaking strategy as a Program Officer.

Office Administrator

HIAS seeks an Office Administrator to support day-to-day administrative functions and office operations for the Silver Spring, Maryland HQ office.

Associate Director of ARNOVA

The primary responsibility of the Associate Director is to provide overall strategic leadership for the day-to-day operations of ARNOVA

Executive Director

INTERNATIONAL HOUSE DAVIS SEEKS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Located in Davis, CA and adjacent to the UC Davis campus, International House Davis acts as a greater Sacramento regional resource to individuals and groups involved in world community issues. The I-House Davis promotes activities, programs and events that help people of all races, cultures and nations to value, understand and cooperate with one another, and that promote a broad commitment to the long-term goal of international cooperation and world understanding. I-House Davis is committed to promoting these values to the larger regional community.

Clinical Director

The Clinical Director is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the Crossroads for Women therapeutic model and ensuring the overall effectiveness of the agency’s clinical and housing services.

Communications Associate

Are you a storyteller at heart and passionate about inspiring others through stories? We are looking for an individual to join our Communications team, who is responsible for telling the story of our organization and making meaning of the work we engage in to improve the health of Coloradans.

Database Support Associate

AGH Strategies, a company helping nonprofits track and grow relationships with their supporters through free and open-source software, is hiring a Database Support Associate based in Washington, DC. The Associate will assist nonprofits as they work with CiviCRM, helping them with questions as they use it for engaging donors and other supporters. In addition, the Associate will help clients clarify and refine their needs for custom feature development or technical support.

Worldreader Chief Program Officer

The Chief Program Officer will bring deep experience in international education development, reading and/or literacy, and a passion for educational technology, particularly in communities in the developing world.
The Chief Program Officer oversees Worldreader’s overall programming with the goal of increasing the impact of the organization in advancing literacy around the world. In partnership with a strong executive team, the CPO leads a cross-functional team that includes Worldreader’s four programs (pre-reading, school reading, libraries, and lifelong reading), as well as monitoring and evaluation, and content. Through close, creative partner relationships, the Chief Program Officer has the opportunity to innovate Worldreader’s current program pillars (Early Education, Schools, Libraries, and Lifelong), as well as guide the organization’s pioneering efforts with key corporate partners, including with Amazon and Goodreads. In addition to these areas of administration, the Chief Program Officer has oversight over the organization’s expanding content library and Monitoring & Evaluation group, and manages a global, cross-functional team.

President and Chief Executive Officer

The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) is seeking a new President and Chief Executive Officer who is a champion of social justice and will be able to navigate the leadership transition while maintaining external relationships, board engagement, and strong and effective programming.

The ideal candidate for NCCJ’s next President and CEO will be an executive leader with the ability to empower, coach, and support a committed team of professionals and be an effective liaison to the board of directors. A demonstrated understanding of and commitment to social justice is a must. Additional qualifications include experience with overseeing operations and finances for a $1million organization, effective and innovative fundraising skills, prior program development and facilitation experience, and a natural flare for networking and collaboration.

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