Jobs In Washington, District Columbia

Executive Director

The Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for FPA programs, staff, fundraising, and execution of its mission. The Executive Director will be responsible for establishing and executing major strategic goals and objectives for FPA, including strategic planning, developing and overseeing execution of major projects, and managing coalition partnerships. The Executive Director will hire and manage FPA staff and project consultants, ensuring compliance with HR best practices. The Executive Director will be responsible for development and fundraising to meet FPA’s budget needs, and oversee accurate financial management and record keeping

Chief Communications Officer

As the most senior communications professional in the organization, the Chief Communications Officer (CCO) is a member of Polaris’s Executive Team and is responsible for overseeing and guiding all aspects of Polaris’s communications functions. The CCO will ensure that Communications functions are integrated in the organization’s strategic approach to all of Polaris’ work. As a senior leader at Polaris, the CCO is a key strategic advisor on communications to the CEO, Board of Directors, and other leadership roles, and is the most trusted voice on communications matters for staff at all levels. As a newly created role at Polaris, the CCO brings innovation and new ideas, creates the future vision for strategic communications at the organization, elevates how strategic communications can drive our advocacy efforts, and advances the importance of excellence in communications throughout the organization as a whole. Successful leadership in this role builds Polaris’s brand visibility nationally and globally, and inspires a growing number of people to engage in our efforts to combat human trafficking and modern slavery.


Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI) is currently seeking a full-time Counsel to manage its legal affairs. The ideal candidate will have non-profit corporate experience and be a skilled negotiator. This person will have excellent drafting skills and possess the ability to work independently and finalize transactions. Familiarity with intellectual property (IP), licensing, and antitrust matters is preferred.

Grants Coordinator

The Grants Coordinator is part of dynamic team that coordinates and leads the grants and contract management activities at La Clínica del Pueblo. The G+C Team is committed to setting and meeting the organization’s grant seeking goals to meet La Clínica’s mission and priorities. Duties include the preparation of grant proposals, all reports and supporting documentation, start-up and close-out processes, associated with La Clínica’s foundation, corporate and government grants. Ensures all required documentation submitted is in compliance with grantor agreements and contracts. Builds and maintains strong working relationships with existing funders with the goal of maintaining and/or expanding support. Works closely with department directors and managers to track progress on proposed grant and program deliverables. Supports/coordinates the development of complex grant applications under the direction of the Grants and Contract Manager. Completes smaller grant writing proposals writing, as assigned.

Nurse Care Coordinator

The Nurse Care Coordinator will work with patients, families, and interdisciplinary team to provide integrated, high quality, patient-centered care for La Clinica’s patients. This position will conduct population management, direct patient care, team coordination, and process and outcome reporting in order to achieve positive health outcomes for individuals and the program as a whole.

Youth Program Assistant

This position will work within the Community Health Action Department to provide administrative support at the ¡Empodérate! Site in Langley Park MD and program support to the interventions and services being implemented targeting Latino immigrants, especially young Latina Transgender Women (YLTG) and young Latino Men Who Have Sex With Men (YLMSM), in order to reduce the incidence of HIV and to promote health-related topics within the community.

Managing Director

The Managing Director’s role is to serve as a senior leader and thought partner for the organization. Specifically, the Managing Director will help oversee development, operations, and programs, supporting the integration of the work of the organization into a cohesive whole. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a dynamic, unique, and innovative emotional literacy, arts-based social justice organization, providing leadership on the organization’s growth and impact.

Executive Director

Reporting to a 10-person Board of Directors, ANAC’s Executive Director will be responsible for working in close collaboration with the President, Officers, and Board to meet the organization’s mission and strategic goals, maintain fiscal stability, lead development and fundraising activities, provide member and chapter services, and oversee programs, conference, and policy initiatives. The ED will provide direction to the organization’s staff and consultants in operations, financial management, and constituent services, and serve as a spokesperson for the association.

DC Nonprofit Management and Development Intern

real-world experience in the nuts & bolts of nonprofit work. Well suited candidates should have an interest in nonprofit management. Candidates must be currently enrolled or recent graduates and plan on pursuing a career in a related…

Entry Level Mgmt / Charity Ambassadors Needed / Mgmt Training Program

Company Description: Blue Group, now located in Dc, is a premier marketing and sales firm providing essential resources for non profit organizations and fortune 500 companies. We have become the leading choice for clients wanting to gain…

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