Thursday, July 21, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 7/21/2011

Just a quick note: I will be going on vacation starting tomorrow, so there will be light to no blogging during that time.  I return on Tuesday, July 26th, and blogging will return as normal then.  With that in mind, here are today's nonprofit jobs:

  • Direct Response Manager at The Southern Poverty Law Center: The Direct Response Manager will be responsible for SPLC’s direct marketing fundraising programs, the direct marketing staff and vendors, and will manage a large direct marketing budget. The Manager will collaborate across all Development programs and all SPLC departments to create an energetic environment that integrates and maximizes fundraising efforts.
  • Director, Health Initiatives at American Cancer Society: The Director, Health Initiatives - Indiana represents the American Cancer Society in the community through Health Care Systems, primarily large American College of Surgeons, Commission on Cancer (CoC) accredited systems, to ensure the successful delivery of priority programs and services. Leads the Health Initiative team to successful mission outcomes in patient navigation, quality of life, community comprehensive cancer control and advocacy in the Region in accordance with the division strategic plan. Strategically and tactically leverages volunteer and staff resources to achieve goals.
  • Director of Operations at American Pharmacists Association: The American Pharmacists Association, the national professional society of pharmacists, has an immediate need for a Director of Operations to lead the Pharmacy Services Support Center (PSSC) efforts in facilitating the growth of clinically and cost effective pharmacy services programs in 340B-eligible health care delivery sites through the management of a call center and technical assistance program. Serve as staff expert in program operations related to pharmacy access needs, covered entity operations, and pharmacy service delivery trends to underserved populations.

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