Monday, November 21, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 11/21/2011

We're only a few days away from Thanksgiving, so I thought I would put this out there: What are you thankful for this year?  Hopefully you will be able to add "finding a job" to your list by the time the holiday is over but until then, feel free to share what you are thankful for this Thanksgiving.

Oh, and don't forget to check out these great nonprofit jobs:

  • Vice President, Client Services at SCA Direct, Inc. (FEATURED JOB): SCA Direct is looking for an experienced Vice President, Client Services to join our team in Fairfax, Virginia. This position is responsible for developing and managing teams that deliver superior account management and service to the client for the development of strong partnerships. The position will also manage and build this service area to include creating and articulating functional roles and expectations, hiring, training and managing staff, management of account profitability, staff allocation by client and developing management tools and standards.
  • Fundraising and Sponsorship Account Manager at Odell Simms & Lynch: A mid-sized consulting firm in Tysons Corner is seeking a full-time Account Manager to join the Fundraising and Sponsorship (F&S) Team, which works with a wide spectrum of national and local clients to raise critical funding for capital campaigns, programs, and general operating expenses. The ideal candidate for this position is a self-starter with solid experience in fundraising and sales. The Account Manager will work closely with other members of the F&S team and company executives to manage clients. The firm offers tremendous growth potential for the right candidate.
  • Associate Director at Global Impact: Global Impact, the campaign management organization for the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area (CFCNCA) is seeking an exceptional leader to serve as the Associate Director, CFCNCA. The CFCNCA reaches out to over 300,000 federal employees in the Washington, DC area, raises more funds for local charities than any other fundraising drive, and is the nation's largest CFC campaign.

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