Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 12/06/2011

Christmas is fast approaching, which also means we are heading closer to 2012.  January has traditionally been the strongest month for hiring, though you never know what will happen with the current state of the economy.  Share your holiday job search plans with us!  And in the mean time, check out these great jobs to start (or continue) your nonprofit career:

  • Grants Systems Administrator: Located at South Carolina Edison (SCE), this position is ideal for those interested in taking a more automated approach to grant requests.  Applicants should have some experience as an administrator of a grant making system, in addition to plenty of technical experience.  Must also have a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems or related field or an equivalent combination of formal education, training, and experience.
  • Director, Strategic Development and Partnerships: BoardSource is actively searching for a new director of strategic development and partnerships.  This position works with  the vice president of Strategic Development & Partnerships and others to identify, cultivate, and steward relationships with funders, clients, and other partners in support of BoardSource’s mission to advance the public good by building exceptional nonprofit boards and inspiring board service.  Ideal candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree with seven or more years of experience including at least five years of experience in direct revenue generation, fundraising, or new business development.  You should note that you may be required to travel 6-10 times a year.
  • Director, Development: Reporting to the CEO, the Director of Development provides leadership, management and coordination for fundraising efforts including donor marketing and communications. Working closely with the Executive Team and the Board of Directors, the Director of Development is responsible for implementing and improving a comprehensive development program, leading staff, and optimizing structures and systems. To be successful, the Director will collaborate with all constituents, organize systems and projects, and communicate the agency's mission, values and brand.

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