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Advancement Events Manager

The Advancement Events Manager ensures all event programs tell the story of CCA in a way that aligns with the college’s mission and values.

Chief Executive Officer

The Emerge Center, a groundbreaking and impactful nonprofit organization based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is seeking a CEO to run its center and associated organizations.

Director, Progressive Governance Academy

We are seeking a Project Director for the Progressive Governance Academy, a joint project between State Innovation Exchange (SiX), Local Progress, and re:power. As the Director, you will advance a bold vision for leadership development that eradicates the conventional wisdom that elected officials are most progressive on the day they get sworn-in. The project will help progressive elected officials to build power in partnership with their peers and local progressive movement actors while strengthening their skills in governance for a lifelong career in public leadership.

Most local and state legislators lack the necessary resources to succeed – whether it’s dedicated staff, constituent response services, or tools to operationalize impactful public policy – all of which create a disconnect between elected representatives and the communities they serve. We can change this dynamic by training legislators to build the human and political capital necessary to make bold community change, which will have lasting impacts on public policy, electoral politics, and the entire political ecosystem in which they operate.

This is a two-year pilot project (2019-2020) and the Project Director, while based at and managed by re:power, will lead a complex and deeply aligned cross-organizational project between re:power, SiX and Local Progress. You will leverage our collective organizational resources in guiding this work: deep technical expertise in training and curriculum development, a network of the nation’s most progressive incumbent legislators and staff who can serve as trainers and mentors, and additional program staff who can provide a range of ongoing support to local and state elected officials.

Talent Acquisition Specialist (Recruiter)

About the Talent Acquisition Specialist (Recruiter) position:
Working with the Talent & Culture Team the Talent Acquisition Specialist will be responsible for recruiting qualified candidates to fill positions across the Foundation. They will also be responsible for identifying top talent and converting prospects into active candidates. They will work with Hiring Managers and the Talent & Culture team to execute on workforce and hiring plans. You will also assess the profiles of candidate and manage them through the interview process, negotiating offers and closing acceptances.
The Talent Acquisition Specialist will work to establish and maintain strong networks of diverse candidates for ongoing organizational needs by developing innovative sourcing initiatives and a solid pipeline of qualified candidates at all times. Ensure that all recruiting processes and procedures meet the needs of the organization and ensure compliance with state and federal reporting requirements.
The Talent Acquisition Specialist will also further develop and manage the Foundation’s internship and fellowship programs, applicant tracking system and the new hire on-boarding process. They will provide candidates with a general overview of the Foundation’s programs and growth plans; culture, mission, values; and benefits programs.

President & CEO

The President & CEO is the chief staff leader and fundraiser of Pearl S. Buck International, responsible for serving as the global face of the organization. Candidates must possess the ability to attract, lead, nurture, and enhance (the value of) diverse stakeholders including staff, volunteers, and partners. The CEO works with the Board of Directors to serve the organizational purpose/mission by executing the strategic plan, capturing market risks (e.g., competition, forces of disruption), enterprise risks (e.g., cyber, digital, staff succession planning), and extracting the best out of its human capital (e.g., talent management), all to create lasting value and intellectual capital for the organization. The position reports directly to the Chairperson acting on behalf of the Board of Directors.

Executive Director

The Copper River Watershed Project seeks an experienced leader to serve as its next Executive Director. The Executive Director leads a committed staff, manages the financial health of the organization, cultivates and nurtures stakeholder and partnership relationships, directly participates in fund development, is the public face of the organization and works directly with the Board to fulfill CRWP’s mission to promote a salmon-rich intact watershed and culturally diverse communities by forming partnerships for watershed-scale planning and projects.

Executive Director

The Board of Directors of Massachusetts Advocates for Children (MAC), a Boston-based nonprofit that removes barriers to educational and life opportunities for children and youth, is seeking an Executive Director. This is an exciting opportunity to g

Clinical Supervisor

The Clinical Supervisor will oversee our Children & Family Services programming at the Manhattan Family Justice Center.

Assistant Head of School for Marketing and Communications

St. John’s Prep seeks an Assistant Head of School for Marketing and Communications to oversee all internal and external communications to advance the Prep’s mission.

Vice President of Advocacy and Programs

San Francisco Heritage is looking for a full-time, executive-level historic preservation professional to oversee its advocacy and education programs.

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