Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 11/16/2011

Here are today's top nonprofit jobs, including a new featured job, for your job searching pleasure:

  • Church and Community Relations Manager at San Diego Rescue Mission (FEATURED JOB): Under the supervision of the Vice President of Development, responsible for the creation, management, presentation, association, and overall relationship between the Mission, churches, colleges, youth groups, and other groups, including coordinating and planning special events. Develops, coordinates and monitors overall fundraising strategy for solicitation and cultivation of these donor sub-groups.
  • Donor Communications Coordinator at World Wildlife Fund: World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a Donor Communications Coordinator to help steward the organization’s annual giving donors ($1,000-$25,000). The Donor Communications Coordinator coordinates the implementation of the donor benefits programs (including products such as conference calls, and annual report and calendar mailings), manages acknowledgements for annual giving donors, coordinates the Development Resource Center, leads project tracking for the donor communications team, and provides administrative and communications support to the donor communications team.
  • Senior Director, Major Gifts and Planning at Saint Luke's Episcopal Health System: The Senior Director, Major Gifts and Gift Planning position offers a unique opportunity to join a “startup” development program at a major hospital system. This position requires an outcomes-driven, motivated self-starter and collaborator with an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to build a major-gift and planned-giving program from the ground up. A passion for and experience in healthcare philanthropy will provide the foundation to work in collaboration with the senior development team to create a unique and transformational grateful patient program, maximizing strategic partnerships with medical staff and developing engagement opportunities for donor prospects.

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