Monday, August 1, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 8/1/2011

Welcome to August!  It's hard to believe, but this is the last month of the summer.  I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm wondering where the time went.  I guess time truly does fly when you're having fun.  Hopefully you have been having luck finding nonprofit jobs during this summer.  But don't you worry, there are more out there if you haven't found a match yet.  Take these, for example:

  • Executive Director in New York City: Executive Director – Internationally-known but small NYC-based advocacy organization seeks an executive director to handle day-to-day issues. Operations handled by founder. Person should have marketing and fundraising background. Person will be responsible for growing and expanding revenue base for 99% volunteer organization. Perfect spot for a marketer/fundraiser to run things.
  • Associate Director of Development at American Academy of Arts and Sciences: The Associate Director of Development, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations will oversee the Academy’s development activities with foundations and corporations. The successful candidate will be an experienced self-starter with intellectual curiosity and an eagerness to advance the Academy and its mission. In addition to being self-disciplined and highly organized, s/he will have outstanding writing skills. S/he will work closely with program, finance, and other development staff members to develop comprehensive proposals, stewardship reports, and other documents related to corporate and foundation cultivation and solicitation.
  • Executive Director at Five Acres: The ideal candidate will most likely have solid leadership experience in the field of mental health and/or human and social services with in-depth knowledge of fund development, and administration of grant and contract funded programs. It will be important for candidates to have an appreciation for and ideally experience working with and managing residential programs. Experience working with Los Angeles County’s Department of Children and Family Services, or a similar agency outside of Los Angeles, would be beneficial.

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