Friday, October 7, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 10/07/2011

The September jobs report was released today, showing that the U.S. economy added 100,000 jobs, which is double the amount economists expected.  The report also indicated that more jobs were added in July and August than previously thought.

  • Communications Associate at The American Pharmacists Association: The American Pharmacists Association, the national professional society of pharmacists, has an immediate need for a Communications Associate for the HRSA Pharmacy Services Support Center (PSSC) Call/Resource center. This person play a key role in developing written and web based materials for the PSSC Website, and will research, and write occasional newsletter and policy articles on PSSC topics.
  • Senior Director of Development at University of Florida College of Medicine: As a senior member of the College of Medicine Development team, the Senior Director of Development will join an already thriving fundraising department committed to the values of collaboration, collegiality and a donor-centric approach to fundraising. This is an exceptional opportunity for the accomplished major gifts fundraiser and manager who has a passion for medicine and patient care. The successful candidate will manage a portfolio of high-level prospects and work with the college’s top-level physicians and researchers.
  • Program Director at AARP: Contributes to the development and implementation of the Hunger Impact Program’s short and long-term strategy in partnership with the VP of the Hunger Impact Program. Helps to set the research and thought leadership agenda for AARP and AARP Foundation in the Hunger Impact Area. Serves as the point-person for day-to-day implementation, oversight and management of Hunger thought leadership and research interventions, and for defining, planning, and implementing future interventions. Works collaboratively internally and externally to communicate information about the program to potential participants.

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