Full Time Jobs

President & CEO

All Chicago seeks a proven, accomplished leader with a minimum of seven years’ leadership experience and with a passion for reducing and ending homelessness. This values-based individual will bring leadership characterized by unwavering integrity, empathy, an ability to garner broad community support, strong strategic planning skills, and solid financial acumen.

Director of Community Engagement

The Director of Community Engagement serves as the chief strategist and supervisor of the organization’s donor-centric culture of philanthropy and organizational capacity building to improve financial stability, brand awareness, board capacity and growth of the organization.

Associate Communications Officer

The Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of an Associate Communications Officer. This role is ideal for a communications professional who is a strong writer and skilled at developing different types of content, along with passion for the power of communications to influence and move people to action that increases health equity in Colorado.

Project Manager, Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS)

This position is grant funded and is an on-site position. This position will oversee the JSHS program in coordination with the NSTA Director of Army Educational Outreach Programs (AEOP) and the NSTA Director of Grants.

Annual Fund Officer

Muslim Advocates is seeking to fill a newly created position of Annual Fund Officer to lead a growing donor engagement program, within a growing organization.

The Annual Fund Officer will have the responsibility for three annual campaigns. The Officer will also grow the annual fund program and maintain a portfolio of annual fund donors and prospects for solicitation. The Officer will work strategically with the Director of Development to set goals, priorities and direction for the Annual Fund program.

Executive Director (Elmina B. Sewall Foundation)

The Elmina B. Sewall Foundation (EBSF or the Foundation) is a private foundation with a long-term commitment to improving the well-being of people, animals, and the environment of Maine. The Foundation is committed to supporting initiatives that promote healthy and whole lives for all people, protect and enhance land and water quality and productivity, ensure the humane treatment of animals, and stimulate long-term development while building local opportunity. The Foundation also invests in community engagement that builds social equity and strengthens participation for collective benefit. Looking to the future, the Foundation’s leadership is assessing Maine’s unique assets and challenges and charting a bold way forward in service of its mission to empower communities, foster innovation, and model effective investment for sustainable change. Following a period of growth and organizational development and building on a legacy of philanthropy and innovation, the Foundation now seeks applications and nominations for its next Executive Director (ED). The new ED will be a visionary leader, strategist, and partner to the Board and staff in the achievement of EBSF’s vision of integrated, equity-driven philanthropy and full mission alignment of operations, systems, and culture.

Director of Donor Relations

Reporting to the Director of Institutional Advancement, the Director of Donor Relations will fully develop, implement and manage a school-wide donor stewardship program designed to foster and nurture long- term meaningful relationships between the school and its donors. The Director of Donor Relations will work closely with the Director of Annual Giving to engage donors in a segmented outreach. This position will also work with all external facing officers on stewardship and donor engagement materials. The Director of Donor Relations will fulfill the School’s gift obligations, track the status of the School’s 150 endowed and restricted funds, and steer the stewardship program toward a proactive, comprehensive approach. In addition, the Director will research grant monies and write proposals as necessary.

Communications Associate

CUCS is hiring a Communications Associate to join its dynamic Development and Communications team, which is responsible for turning strategies into actionable fundraising and communications initiatives.

Assistant Head of School for Marketing and Communications

The Assistant Head, comparable to a Chief Marketing and Communications Officer (CMO), will lead a team that positions St. John’s as an educational leader, a resource for the global alumni network, and a good neighbor in communities from Danvers and across the North Shore and Merrimack Valley to Boston.

Manager, Volunteer Programming

This position will oversee and coordinate the work of the Volunteer Outreach Specialist and the Volunteer Coordinator to establish short and long-range goals to achieve an outreach strategy to meet the eCM volunteer objectives and will monitor those goals.

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