Job Posting Board

With the hope of matching strong, qualified candidates with exciting job opportunities in the region’s nonprofit sector, we are delighted to launch the Center for Nonprofit Leadership Job Posting Board. Browse open positions below.

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Communications & Marketing Specialist
Museum of Ventura County
Ventura, CA Sep. 20, 2018 Oct. 31, 2018
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The Communications & Marketing Specialist develops and manages the execution of the Museum’s marketing initiatives and programs, coordinates with other departments and outside vendors and agencies, gathers and prepares information and materials for use in advertising, branding, social networking, and general messaging of Museum activities, and promulgates as appropriate to the media and all audiences. The Communications & Marketing Specialist also insures that the Museum maintains a consistent image by implementing a multi-faceted marketing plan that includes press and community relations, social media, and website content management.

Specific Responsibilites:

  • Developing and implementing marketing strategies for the Museum's exhibits, programs and collections
  • Press relations and advertising, maintaining a consistent and positive image of the Museum in the community at all times
  • Maintaining a consistent visual branding of materials and publications
  • Preparing and dissemination: press releases, updates to social media, website and electronic blasts, promotional print mail pieces, electronic and print advertising, banners, flyers and posters
  • Managing institutional marketing effort through regular meeting and communication with stagg
  • Designing and developing collateral material for marketing, including, but not limited to the following: social media, print and electronic media ads, press releases, flyers, newsletters, website, brochures and banners
  • Managing the museum's Wordpress-based website, performing all maintenace and updates, as well as managing all social media accounts
  • Developing annual goals and objectives related to marketing
  • Contributing to and is accountable for the development and administration of the annual marketing and events budgets; monitoring and controlling marketing and events revenues and expenditures; researching, analyzing and developing cost estimates and justifications for budget recommendations; researching and pursuing possible revenue sources
  • Establishing relationships with local retailers and restaurants for leveraging efforts and maximizing support and involvement from the business community
  • Crafting and sending regular newsletters with museum updates

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelors in Marketing Communications, Museums, or other relevant field
  • Demonstrated proficiency working with word processing and other software programs
  • Strong organization, time management, teamwork and prioritization skills
  • Genuine enthusiasm for the services and mission of the Museum of Ventura County
Research Library and Archives Director
Museum of Ventura County
Ventura, CA Sep. 20, 2018 Oct. 31, 2018
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The Research Library and Archives Director is responsible for the formulation, development and administration of the Research Library and Archives and its program for the collection, preservation, and use of historical manuscript and archival materials, publications, rare books, business records, photographs, architectural records, and other documents pertaining to the art, history and culture of Ventura County.

Specific Requirements:

  • Formulation and administration of collection development policy for Library and Archives collections. Development of collections including acquisition, processing, preservation, funding and management of material
  • Administration of all reference and public service related to Library and Archives collections. Establishment and administration of policies on reproduction and use of Library and Archives collections
  • Administration of programs of access to and interpretation of holdings including reference, exhibitions, publications, and public outreach
  • Development and administration of Library and Archive budget
  • Management of long range planning for facilities, security, technology and preservation
  • Supervision of staff including setting of priorities, scheduling, monitoring workflow and staff development. Development and administration of volunteer program in the Library and Archives
  • Representation of the Library and Archives at professional forums, to the general public and to the scholarly community at large
  • Serve as a staff member to the Collections Committee to set collecting priorities for the Museum as a whole
  • Serve on Exhibit Planning Team and provide collaborative support in exhibit research and preparation. Work with the curators to develop library exhibits that highlight the archival collection
  • Participate in the development and implementation of institution-wide strategic planning

Qualifications and Experience:

  • ALA accredited MLS or equivalent in theory and practice
  • Graduate stude, preferably in the humanities or social sciences
  • Formal archival training at graduate level
  • Working knowledge of the scholarly use of primary research materials
  • Excellent communications skills
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new technologies quickly and effectively
  • Strong analytical, organization, and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated experience in using judgement and initiative
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse group of individuals and groups across all levels internal and external to the organization
  • Bachelor's degree in Library Science, American History or a related field; Master's degrees preferred. Three or more years of relevant experience in an archival repository
  • Library and/or archives managemnent background with a thorough knowledge of current archival practices and procedures
  • Experience providing innovative library services to users
  • Strong presentation, writing and research skills
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise and manage a team and resources
  • Demonstrated ability to work well with diverse personalities and varying levels of knowledge/experience
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple projects (that this position leads) and competing priorities
  • Genuine enthusiasm for the services and mission of the Museum of Ventura County


Education Manager
Museum of Ventura County
Ventura, California Sep. 20, 2018 Oct. 31, 2018
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The Education Manager develops and implements high-quality learning programs for Museum visitors of all ages and works collaboratively with other staff to maintain and activate a well-trained docent team. The Education Manager guides all education programs at both the Ventura facility and the Agriculture Museum in Santa Paula.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a member of the Exhibits Planning Team to develop and coordinate programming and visitor activites related to exhibitions
  • Develop and manage the Education Division's budget
  • Create an education and evaluation plan that is geared towards different types of learners and learning experiences
  • Responsible for public programs development for adult and family audiences in collaboration with Curators
  • Work with community groups to provide educational experiences in partnership with other arts, cultural, educational, and civic organizations at the Museum or off-site
  • Develop and implement school and teacher programs to ensure that the museum provides curriculum- and stanards-based child-centered art education to pre-K-12 school groups
  • Develop, implement and evaluate outreach strategies to promote the Museum's educational visitation and programs
  • Research, develop and implement collateral materials for the Museum's education audiences, programs and educator training
  • Train, schedule and collaborate with docents and volunteers to plan and implement programs
  • Assist in the research and development of grants for the Education Department. Assist with other fundraising activities and events as needed

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Genuine enthusiasm for the services and mission of the Museum of Ventura County
  • Bachelors degree in art, history, social sciences or a related field with at least two to five years experience in an interpretive or educational program in a museum or educational institution
  • Knowledge of and experience in principles, practices, and techniques of interpretive education
  • Ability to understand. identify and appropriately respond to a diverse audience that includes students, families, and other life-long learners
  • Ability to forge and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of stakeholders, especially those that are related to education
Executive Director
Cancer Support Community Valley/Ventura/Santa Barbara
Westlake Village, California Sep. 20, 2018 Nov. 30, 2018
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Cancer Support Community VVSB is an independently governed and funded non-profit organization and an affiliate of the international Cancer Support Community. As Executive Director you will lead a team that serves approximately 2,300 adults, children and teens affected by cancer each year with programs throughout Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties, and the West San Fernando Valley. All programs are provided free of charge. Our mission is to ensure that adults, children and teens impacted by cancer are empowered by knowlede, strengthened by action, and supported by community. This is an outstanding opportunity for an accomplished, confident, and empathetic leader to build upon the success of the past 27 years and expand the organization's footprint and mission delivery.


  • Undergraduate degree required, plus five years of related professional experience including two years of nonprofit senior management experience. Master's degree in Business Administration, Nonprofit Management or Social work preferred
  • Proven track record in fund development
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including effectiveness in public speaking
  • Technology skills to include Microsoft Office products and database familiarity
  • Skilled at fostering a compassionate, inspiring environment for staff, members and volunteers
  • Experience with legacy giving programs is a plus
  • Experience managing foundation grants is a plus
  • Experience cultivating, developing and working with a board of directors
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and operationalize strategies to effectively grow an organization
  • Must be willing to maintain a flexible work schedule to include evenings and weekends