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Executive Director – The DC Center for the LGBT Community – Washington, DC

The Executive Director is the chief executive officer of the Center and is responsible for the overall administration and management of the Center, including all personnel, fiscal, and operational matters. The Executive Director will provide leadership and oversight on activities related to all programs and services, fundraising and resource development, and outreach and community building. The Executive Director is expected to work closely and collaboratively with the Board of Directors, especially the Board Chair and/or Co-Chairs, on all Center matters. The Executive Director serves in a full-time, exempt status position, requiring a flexible work schedule, including some evenings and weekends.

Learning Manager

The Online News Association (ONA) is seeking a Learning Manager to oversee the creation and delivery of in-person and virtual training programs aimed at sharing best practices and inspiring innovation in journalism. This position will also help ONA evaluate the impact of our training on both participants and the journalism field.

We’re looking for someone highly motivated and focused, with strong project management skills and a desire to constantly grow and improve our educational opportunities. This job will be perfect for someone wanting to develop unique training experiences, contribute their creative ideas and support the global journalism community.

Executive Director

This position is an opportunity for an experienced leader to help drive transformative growth at a critical moment for a growing organization. The ideal candidate has a strong understanding of the nonprofit landscape in Northern Virginia and the unique needs of our five-county service area.

Executive Director/ Minister

The District of Columbia Baptist Convention – Executive Director/Minister

One Faith. Many Cultures. Endless Possibilities.

The District of Columbia Baptist Convention is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director/Minister to lead in enhancing the vision and furthering the mission of the Convention. The Executive Director/Minister serves as the chief staff officer of the District of Columbia Baptist Convention responsible for administering funds exceeding $1.2M as well as all programs and ministries of the Convention under the direction of the Board of Directors. Convention staff is structured around the following areas: Ministries to Equip Leaders, Ministries to Engage Communities, Ministries to Empower Congregations, Ministries for Communications, as well as the Office of Administration and Stewardship. For more detailed information about the District of Columbia Baptist Convention, please see our Regional Profile.

Qualifications
The successful candidate should be an ordained minister with a degree from an accredited seminary; by education, skill and experience capable of being an executive director/minister of a multicultural, urban-suburban convention; able to relate to pastors with effective listening and coaching skills; able to bring diverse people together for ministry and mission; capable of working with all Convention affiliates and partners both domestic and international; and have proven administrative, organizational and leadership skills. For a comprehensive list of the position description and qualifications.

Interested persons should submit a letter of interest, and resume which includes work history, education, ordination status, and present church membership information via email to search.committee@dcbaptist.org. Please do not submit hard copy documents or any audio-visual materials at this time. The committee will request appropriate supporting documentation from persons moving to the next level of consideration. The position offers a comprehensive salary and benefits package.

Application Deadline: January 10, 2020

Application Review Process Begins: January 23, 2020

Director, Development

Are you looking for a fulfilling new career path? Would you like to work for one of the largest Christian organizations in the world that is “doing the most good?” This opportunity might be just what you are looking for! The Salvation Army Miami Area Command , Florida Divisional Headquarters is seeking an experienced Director of Development professional in the Miami – Southern Florida area to administer, lead, plan, and supervise all areas of the Development Department, which results in fiscal stability, programmatic accountability and enhancement of the department and its areas of operations which include: donor services, marketing and public relations, volunteers, special events and fundraising from individuals, corporations and foundations.

Program Associate

Running Strong for American Indian Youth® is a national nonprofit organization serving American Indian communities throughout the United States. Cofounded over thirty years ago by Billy Mills (Oglala Lakota), we are building a new generation of leaders among today’s Native youth.

Not only do we address the physical needs of the American Indian people we serve, we also foster a sense of hope among people who want to make a better life for their families and create positive change in their communities. We are committed to building the capacity of local Native communities so that they are well equipped to respond to the challenges that they face. Together, we address the important needs of food, shelter, youth initiatives, and culture and language preservation. By supporting Native-led programs, we remind youth that they can create their own future and to take pride in their identity. To learn more, visit www.IndianYouth.org.

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