Monday, July 18, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 7/18/2011

Hope everyone had a great weekend.  We have had a ton of new nonprofit jobs posted in the last few days.  Here's just a sample few that I found the most interesting:

  • Governance Specialist at Girl Scouts of America: The Governance Specialist is an internal consultant responsible for providing support to Girl Scout councils in building and sustaining high performing boards. The specialist works independently and in collaboration with other Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) consulting departments to provide expertise and guidance on a variety of good governance and board development issues. She/he provides council boards of directors with tools, resources, consultation, and technical support designed to improve and enhance the functioning and performance of the board of directors.
  • National Director of Endurance Events at American Cancer Society: The National Director of Endurance Events will manage the nationwide execution of the American Cancer Society’s endurance program; DetermiNation; to bring nationwide net income totals to $45-50 million by 2015; and more than $100 million ultimately. The Director will work with the National DetermiNation Brand Manager to provide nationwide leadership and vision; and is accountable for achieving nationwide revenue; participant; and efficiency objectives through the effective management and support of field operations.
  • Board Member at Consumer Reports: Consumer Reports is governed by an 18-member volunteer board of directors that meets for two days three times a year, with some members also attending committee meetings the day before. Six board members, some of whom are incumbents, are elected each year for three-year terms, through an annual election in which subscribers of Consumer Reports products are eligible to vote. Potential board members come from a variety of sources, and some nominate themselves. Some of our most talented board members have been self-nominated.

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