Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Big City Nonprofit Jobs

If you polled job seekers on what kind of environment they'd want to work in for a nonprofit job, I'd be willing to bet a lot of them would choose a big city.  Although the crowds can be overwhelming to some, cities provide a fun and active work environment.  It also doesn't hurt that there are a wealth of food choices if you want to go out for lunch.

We have recently posted a number of nonprofit jobs located in major cities.  Here are three of them:
  • Medical Education Project Manager: Located in our nation's capital, this job from the American Pharmacists Association is a great opportunity for those who are experienced in healthcare education.  This position is in charge of leading education projects online, so e-learning experience is a must.  Any kind of accreditation you have would be a bonus.
  • Senior Program Associate: Dreaming of working in beautiful San Francisco?  Then you'll want to consider this job from Foundation for California Community Colleges.  This position will be in charge of the organization's Career Ladders Project (CLP) and will work with the CLP team, colleges and their workforce partners in developing and implementing high quality, career pathway programs.  A Bachelor's Degree is required, along with experience teaching and/or facilitating at a community college or similar institution.
  • Institutional Giving Program: The Center for Family Representation, located in New York City, is seeking a highly motivated individual to work in their giving program.  The chosen applicant will begin work on February 15, and will be in charge of, among other things, creating a portfolio of corporate, foundation, and government prospects, throughout the qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship cycles.  The ideal candidate will possess a combination of skills, experience and passion, along with the ability to think strategically.

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