Full Time Jobs

Assistant Education Director

The Wade Institute for Science Education (formerly MITS) is a not-for profit corporation whose mission is to promote the teaching of participatory, inquiry-based science, mathematics and technology/engineering education through collaborative partnership with museums and other non-profit organizations. The Wade Institute provides Professional Development programs and resources for K-12 formal and informal educators.

The Assistant Education Director works closely with the Director of Education to coordinate and maintain programs, provide programmatic and administrative support for programs, and assist with developing new initiatives. Qualifications: Masters Degree in education, science or related field; program management experience; formal/informal teaching experience using inquiry-based, hands-on methods. Visit www.wadeinstitutema.org/jobs for full description. Send cover letter and resume to: Wade Institute for Science Education, 1354 Hancock St, Suite 302, Quincy, MA 02169, or wadeinstitute@wadeinstitutema.org.

Grant Accountant

This role is responsible for the analysis and reconciliation of contracts and grants account expenditures in accordance with budgeted projections. Research issues, analyze data, prepare reports, make recommendations and meet with Principal Investigators from time to time. Provide accurate monthly financial reports to Principal Investigators, Staff Accountant, and Chief Financial Officer. Develop budgetary projections for review and make budgetary adjustments as needed. Responsible for primary authorization and oversight of purchasing, invoice processing and expense reimbursements for contracts and grants per budgets. Requires a broad knowledge of College policies, procedures, practices and organization as well as grant restrictions and practices.

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

Active Minds is seeking a talented leader to help grow the organization in the midst of the ongoing mental health crisis in the United States.

Data Administrator – The Public Interest Network

We’re looking for someone to join a great team of smart, fun and committed data nerds and administrators whose full-time job is to make the world a better place. You might be a good fit if you find satisfaction in tasks that have right answers or wrong answers; if you like impossible puzzles; if you agree that quality means doing things right when no one is looking.

The Public Interest Network is looking for a Data Administrator to join our team. The Public Interest Network is a group of organizations committed to a cutting-edge vision of a better world, a set of core values, and a strategic approach to change. We work on issues, such as the environment and consumer protection, that highlight the need for a reassessment of our economic values and a new politics. As the Data Administrator you’ll work to enhance and improve data on close to 10 million supporters for 100 different social change organizations.

Grant and Budget Analyst

The Policing Project seeks a Grant and Budget Analyst to maintain our various grants, assist with financial planning, work with the University’s administrative departments to meet reporting obligations, and oversee various finance and operations-related tasks. Experience working with complicated spreadsheets and multiple financial systems is required. Experience interfacing with senior level staff in an academic or government setting is preferred.

Victim Services Training Coordinator

This is a full-time position that helps coordinate the development, implementation, and administration of the Training Program of COVA. We are looking for someone who is technologically savvy, as they will be responsible for coordinating remote trainings and meetings (i.e., webinars, live stream, etc.). Our ideal candidate will meet all of our requirements, and also have prior experience providing services to crime victims and knowledge of the history of the victim services field. The Training Coordinator will occasionally travel to deliver trainings to our statewide membership. This position will assist with many of the administrative duties of the Training Program at COVA such as developing promotional materials, assisting with website and social media content regarding trainings, managing training registration, event logistics, and other administrative duties. This position is supervised by the Training Director and Executive Director of COVA. Please note that even though COVA is a statewide membership organization, this position is based out of our office in Denver, CO.

Executive Director of Cascade Forest Conservancy

The Cascade Forest Conservancy seeks a full-time, passionate Executive Director to lead forest protection, conservation, education, and advocacy in the lush heart of the Cascade Mountain Ecoregion. The Director is responsible for running and growing the nonprofit organization, telling our compelling story, and expanding our network of strategic partnerships. This hands-on position works closely with CFC staff and Board of Directors, as well as with community leaders in the region. Located in desirable Portland, Oregon metro region.

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