Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 8/3/2011

The private sector added 114,000 jobs in July, according to a just released payrolls processor report.  While this is more than was expected, it's still at a slower rate than is needed for a full recovery.  The jobs report for July is set to be released by the Labor Department on Friday, and it doesn't look like it will show any decrease in the unemployment rate.  We've been surprised before, however. 

Luckily there are still jobs being added on our jobs board.  Here are the ones I've chosen to share with you today:

  • Center Director at USO: The USO has been serving America's armed forces since World War II.  Now is your chance to be a part of this historic organization.  The Center Director will plan, organize, and direct USO operations in Ft. Campbell, KY to provide quality programs to active military personnel and their families.
  • Regional Advancement Director at Southern Poverty Law Center: Located in Montgomery, Alabama, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is a non-profit organization internationally known for our legal victories on behalf of society’s most vulnerable members, our exposure of hate and extremist groups and their activities, and our award-winning Teaching Tolerance program. We seek a Regional Advancement Director (RAD) to join our growing major gifts team. Based in Montgomery, the RAD will travel to targeted regions of the US identifying, cultivating, soliciting and closing individual major gifts.
  • Director of Finance at National Underground Railroad Freedom Center: The Director of Finance is Responsible for the overall management of accounting, financial, legal, and administrative functions for the Freedom Center. This position reports directly to the CEO, serves on the senior leadership team and has strategic managerial responsibility for finance and accounting of the organization.

1 comment:

  1. Why does the SPLC need to solicit major gifts. Its Endowment Fund generates millions more in interest than the SPLC spends annually already??