Friday, September 16, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 9/16/2011

The new issue of The NonProfit Times was just released today, and it contained an article job seekers might find interesting.  It looks into the criteria that nonprofit recruiters are looking for when they look to hire new employees.  Specifically, the article looks at the executive search process.  It seems recruiters like to see their potential executives have at least 2 to 3 years of experience, among other qualifications.  They also like to see their involvement on social media, particularly with LinkedIn.  It's a very interesting read, so check it out when you have the chance.  After you do that, you can take a look at today's top nonprofit jobs:

  • Senior Accountant at Blandin Foundation: This position is responsible for assisting the Director of Finance in the coordination and general accounting function and operation and maintenance of the Foundation’s comprehensive financial accounting and reporting system. Performs advanced technical and administrative accounting work in maintaining the accuracy of the general ledger and accounting systems of the Foundation. Position also assists human resources, benefits administration, and grants management functions.
  • Chief Financial Officer at Wolverine Human Services (FEATURED JOB!): The individual selected for this position will possess not only highly developed technical accounting skills, but also the ability to communicate financial information in strategically relevant and broadly understandable terms.
  • Chief Operating Officer at The Walters Museum: The Walters Art Museum, an encyclopedic museum located in Baltimore’s historic Mount Vernon Square, seeks a dynamic, seasoned, and team-oriented professional to serve as Chief Operating Officer. The Walters presents a rich and varied schedule of special exhibitions and programs for the public, while offering free admission to its renowned permanent collection.

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