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Director, Membership Development & Customer Service (MACS)

The American Library Association (ALA) seeks an innovative, customer-focused individual to lead its Membership Development and Customer Service unit. The successful candidate will be responsible for the overall development, implementation, and measurement of the association’s membership strategic initiatives, while overseeing the activities of its fast-paced customer service center that supports the organization’s 58,000 plus members.

Administrative Assistant/Virtual Assistant

The Administrative Assistant/Virtual Assistant is responsible for various duties throughout the company. This position requires enthusiasm, creativity, and demonstrated communication and proofreading skills.

Chief Executive Officer

The CEO, reports to the Board of Directors in leading Promise House’s long term vision.

Director of Development

Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers is seeking a Director of Development to manage all aspects of our fundraising and communications. The DOD will have primary responsibility for raising a $1.5 million operating budget by designing, executing, and overseeing a comprehensive development strategy including but not limited to the solicitation of financial support through individual giving, workplace giving, major gifts, foundation grants, special events, and corporate support. Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers is currently in the beginning stages of a capital campaign in support of a renovated facility. The DOD will work with the executive director to complete a successful capital campaign over the next 2-3 years.

Director of Programs

The project seeks an experienced, committed leader to join its team and lead its direct service programs.

Executive Director

The Center for an Agricultural Economy (CAE) is seeking a new leader who is passionate about developing an equitable food and agricultural economy, fostering community development, and continuing to grow an innovative and vibrant organization. The Executive Director will lead a small, dedicated staff based in Hardwick, VT, and manage a $1.6 million operating budget and a growing number of grants and gifts. Successful candidates will be collegial and accessible leaders with strong management and entrepreneurial skills, and dedication to furthering CAE’s mission, programs, and relationships with program participants, partners and numerous communities.

Executive Director – Early Childhood Nonprofit

Educare Lincoln is seeking a passionate and dedicated Executive Director to lead into its next five years and implement the newly crafted strategic plan.

Director Of Admissions & Placement

Organization Summary: Oliver Scholars prepares high-achieving Black and Latino students from underserved New York City communities for success at top independent schools and prestigious colleges. We provide crucial support for our Scholars so they can realize their full potential and ultimately give back to the city, the nation, and the world.

Position Summary and Reporting: Reporting to the CEO, the Director of Admissions & Placement is a key member of the organization and serves on the Leadership Team. S/he has both an internal and externally facing role and is responsible for operational success for the Admissions and Placement department. The Director must have admission experience, knowledge of independent day and boarding schools, managerial skills, an engaging personality, and a desire to help people. The Director must be a creative and innovative thinker, excited and motivated by working with underserved youth and their families, able to prioritize, organize, and multi-task in a fast-paced entrepreneurial environment. S/he must also be able exercise good judgement, think strategically and critically and be capable of developing relationships that will further the mission of Oliver Scholars.

Scholar Guidance Dean

Organization Summary: Oliver Scholars prepares high-achieving Black and Latino students from underserved New York City communities for success at top independent schools and prestigious colleges. We provide crucial support for our Scholars so they can realize their full potential and ultimately give back to the city, the nation, and the world.
Position Summary and Reporting: Reporting to the Director of Scholar Success, the Scholar Guidance Dean will provide personal, academic, and college guidance to Scholars ranging in age from sixth grade through first-year of college, and their families. In addition to serving as the primary point of contact for 60-70 of our Scholars and their families, the Dean will be responsible for managing the institutional relationships between Oliver Scholars and the academic and college counselors at the partner schools at which her/his students are enrolled. S/he will be proactive, detail oriented, organized, and capable of strategic thinking. S/he must also have a strong sense of purpose and passion for creating access to education for underserved students and be aspirational with regards to their own professional development.

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