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Executive Director

The Executive Director is the key management leader of International House of Rhode Island, whose mission is “to promote friendship, connection, learning, and global understanding by bringing people together from around the world for cross-cultural exchange.” This unique 56-year-old independent, membership, nonprofit organization, housed in an 1898 historic building designed by Edward I. Nickerson, offers hospitality, warmth, and critical social and educational interaction to international visitors to the State of Rhode Island. Described by one of our volunteer teachers as “an oasis of sanity and friendship,” the organization works closely with graduate students and post-docs, and their partners, from nearby Brown University, Rhode Island School of Design and local community members who wish to improve their English language skills and who seek opportunities for social interaction. We are searching for an empathetic and compassionate Director particularly well-versed in fundraising opportunities, arts/humanities cultural programming, English for Speakers of Other Languages, volunteer management, and the ability to expand community outreach and marketing, along with strong commitment to our mission. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Director of Government Affairs (America Forward/New Profit)

About the Position
The Director of Government Affairs will be responsible for leading the America Forward
Coalition’s education (early learning, K-12, and higher education), workforce, human services,
appropriations, national service, and other related collective advocacy work — from idea
generation, to collective policy platform development, to advocacy execution. The Director of
Government Affairs will also be responsible for helping to build the policy capacity of New
Profit portfolio organizations and America Forward Coalition organizations — from providing ad
hoc advocacy advice to leading policy workshops and Hill Days. The Director of Government
Affairs will also participate in external engagement efforts, including generating policy
proposals for America Forward’s nonpartisan engagement in the 2020 election.
An exceptional communicator, strong writer, and a creative and analytical thinker, the Director
of Government Affairs will synthesize complex ideas, build consensus, and actively engage
multiple audiences and stakeholders, including policymakers, social entrepreneurs,
philanthropists, and academicians, in shaping new policy proposals and initiatives on behalf of
America Forward. The Director of Government Affairs will participate actively in external
engagement opportunities and speak and write on the Coalition’s policy priorities on behalf of
America Forward.
Based in Washington DC, the Director of Government Affairs will report directly to the
Executive Director of America Forward, work closely with both internal staff and external policy
consultants, and play a vital role in ensuring America Forward achieves its ambitious advocacy

Program Specialist, Young Adult Reentry Initiative

UnidosUS is working with three Affiliate sub-grantees who are providing education, legal, and employment services to 500 young adults, ages 18-24, who have been involved in the juvenile or adult justice system. The program will enable the re-entry of 500 young adults into the workforce through education, training, and job placement.

Consultant (Policy and Procedure)

Children’s Aid seeks a consultant to produce policy and procedure manuals for program and central operational areas. The consultant is expected to have demonstrated experience producing compliant policy and procedure manuals, and in assessing and interpreting regulatory content in both programmatic (relating to agencies such as ACS, DYCD, DOE, State DOH and OCFS) and central operational areas. The consultant must be knowledgeable in overarching regulations such as nonprofit governance, HIPAA, FERPA, and Medicaid compliance. Consultants may propose to work in one or more programmatic and operational area of Children’s Aid.

Executive Director – Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council

The Executive Director directs all advocacy, capacity building and systemic change activities to improve the lives of the residents of the state with developmental disabilities within the priorities established by the DDC. Undertakes activities to increase the independence, productivity, integration and inclusion into the community and self determination of people with developmental disabilities. Directs advocacy, public policy and funding to support services. Ensures the core mission of the DDC is carried out as outlined in the federal law. Also the administrator of the state Developmental Disabilities Endowment Trust Fund.

NRCS Program Division Director

Position Summary: The NRCS National Program Director, in partnership with SWCA consultants, provides leadership and coordination in the implementation of all monitoring and restoration practices on NRCS easements nationwide, as established in the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) and the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program – Wetland Reserve Easements (ACEP-WRE).

Executive Director

MACC Development is a ministry of the Mack Avenue Community Church. We are a Christian community development corporation committed the holistic revitalization of Detroit’s 48214 community, block by block, neighbor by neighbor. We exist to see the gospel advanced and to promote the dignity, value, and worth of every resident. MACC Development is currently seeking candidates for the position of Executive Director.

The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for managing the entire organization, including staff, programming, and general administration.

Executive Director

CIS is seeking an Executive Director to provide leadership and support to 35 program staff. Highly involved in oversight of several facets of nonprofit management. Experience in grant writing, finance, and other management experience.

Public Health Community Organizer

At Toxics Action Center, we start from the core belief that everyone has a right to breathe clean air, drink clean water, and live in a healthy community where government operates responsively and democratically. Our mission is to make these rights a reality by organizing side by side with residents who are facing toxic threats. We train residents in the skills and know-how they need to run effective local campaigns, while also developing long-term leaders to fuel New England’s progressive movements. Our work over the last 31 years has led to hundreds of victories.

Training & Licensing Specialist

SOS Children’s Villages Illinois offers an innovative approach to traditional foster care. Our model of care gives children the opportunity to live in a nurturing, stable, single-family home with their brothers and sisters in the care of a full-time, professionally trained Foster Parent in one of our Villages. Children benefit from the stability of remaining with their siblings as well as the support of neighboring SOS Illinois Foster Parents and the entire community.

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