Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 10/11/2011

I would like to remind everybody that NPT's 2011 Nonprofit Organizations Salary and Benefits Report has recently been released!  This report contains information from 252 nonprofit jobs, from executive to entry level.  If you want to get a good idea of what a typical salary is for a particular nonprofit job, this report is just for you.  Check it out on our online store today!  Who knows, maybe it will have some of these positions listed...

  • Substance Abuse Clinical Coordinator at West Bergen Mental Healthcare (FEATURED JOB): West Bergen Mental Healthcare is currently seeking a Full Time Substance Abuse Clinical Coordinator. Responsibilities include development of specific programs, direct care, off site services and the overall practices of the specific Program. Additionally insures compliance with all regulatory bodies and completes reports and rosters for regulatory agencies and contract work for, but not limited to the County of Bergen, Division of Addiction Services and the Juvenile Justice Commission. The target population includes any child, adult or senior community organizations, self-help groups, school districts and parents/caregivers.
  • Controller at National Association of Area Agencies on Aging The Controller is responsible for directing n4a fiscal operations in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, including accounts payable and receivables, budget development and process, financial reporting, and the annual audit. This position provides support to the CEO and n4a with respect to the Association’s administrative functions, including grant management under OMB human resources/benefits and database management and payroll. Under general supervision, this position staffs the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors.
  • Director of Development at Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy: As the Academy’s chief fundraising officer, the DOD is responsible for planning, coordination, and execution of CVCA’s fundraising initiatives. The DOD oversees the development office staff in the solicitation of operational, capital, and deferred gifts, securing resources to assist CVCA in fulfilling its mission of Educating and Cultivating Servants for Christ. This position reports to the school’s president. Ideal candidates will hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and will have 3 to 5 years of development experience in a private educational (or other Christian non-profit) setting.

No comments:

Post a Comment