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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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Position Location Posted on Deadline / Link
Project Manager II, Multifamily Housing Development
People's Self-Help Housing
Oxnard, CA Jan. 12, 2022 Feb. 11, 2022
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Description:

With a mission to build affordable homes, with site-based services that offer opportunities to change lives and strengthen communities, People’s Self-Help Housing is a the longest serving nonprofit developer on California’s Central Coast. We serve low income working families, farmworkers, seniors and veterans and provide welcoming environments for those living with disabilities and for the formerly homeless. Along with building and managing beautiful and accessible neighborhoods in San Luis, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, we offer a broad array of programs to promote, health, education and connections to community-based resources.

The Project Manager II will move affordable multifamily housing projects through all phases of development under the general direction of the Development Director and Chief Real Estate Development Officer. This includes, but is not limited to, the identification of potential sites for development, preparation of funding applications, organizational representation before public bodies and community groups, oversight of project budgets, and management of project scope and schedule.

This is a full time position (40 hours per week, 5 days per week).

Controller
Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce
Westlake Village, CA Jan. 3, 2022 Jan. 31, 2022
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Description:

The Controller is responsible for accurate financial reporting for the Chamber, Conejo Valley Tourism Improvement District (TID) and Foundation. The successful candidate must have extensive accounting experience, HR experience preferred and be an effective multi-tasker.

Development Coordinator
Ventura Land Trust
Ventura, CA Jan. 3, 2022 Mar. 31, 2022
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Description:

Ventura Land Trust (VLT) is a local, private, non-profit land trust working to protect the land, water, wildlife, and scenic beauty of the Ventura region for current and future generations. The organization strives to create a fun, inspiring and team-oriented work environment with flexible work hours.

The Development Coordinator maintains the image of Ventura Land Trust in the eyes of donors, manages donor acknowledgement, updates charitable registration sites, updates and maintains website content, sends out timely communications to members, and exhibits exceptional customer service to members and donors. The Development Coordinator supports the Development Director in managing fundraising efforts and building donor relationships, and supports the Outreach Director in managing communications on behalf of the organization. The Development Coordinator reports to the Development Director, supervises administrative volunteers, and works collaboratively with fellow VLT staff, board members, committee members and volunteers in all development endeavors.

For more information and to view the full job description, please visit: https://www.venturalandtrust.org/development_coordinator_job_opening. To be considered for this position, please email resume and cover letter to careers@venturalandtrust.org with "Development Coordinator" in the subject line.

Director of Development
Ventura Land Trust
Ventura, CA Jan. 3, 2022 Mar. 31, 2022
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Description:

Ventura Land Trust (VLT) is a local, private, non-profit land trust working to protect the land, water, wildlife, and scenic beauty of the Ventura region for current and future generations. The organization strives to create a fun, inspiring and team-oriented work environment with flexible work hours.

The Development Director is responsible for securing revenue for Ventura Land Trust. Duties include overseeing and managing fundraising efforts, building strong and successful relationships, maintaining communications with donors, and collaborating effectively with staff to execute fundraising events. The Development Director reports to the Executive Director, supervises the development team, and works collaboratively with fellow VLT staff, board members, committee members and volunteers in all development endeavors.

For more information and to view the full job description, please visit: https://www.venturalandtrust.org/development_director_job_opening. To be considered for this position, please email resume and cover letter to careers@venturalandtrust.org with "Development Director" in the subject line.

Director of Development
Los Padres ForestWatch
Santa Barbara, CA Jan. 3, 2022 Jan. 21, 2022
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Description:

Los Padres ForestWatch, one of the premier land and wildlife advocacy organizations along California’s central coast, is seeking a Director of Development. The position will build support for protecting the Los Padres National Forest and other public lands throughout our region.

The Director of Development works closely with the Executive Director, the Board of Directors, the Event Manager, and other team members to establish and execute a fundraising program that is creative, compelling, and effective in fulfilling the organization’s mission. The position ensures the long-term viability of Los Padres ForestWatch by coordinating and implementing key fundraising and membership activities and reports directly to the Executive Director.

Primary responsibilities include managing our major donor program; engaging our supporters through strategic communications and storytelling; preparing and executing an annual membership renewal and recruitment plan; growing our planned giving and corporate partnership programs; and securing and tracking foundation grants.

ForestWatch welcomes diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive and equitable work environment for all employees that encourages and celebrates differences. ForestWatch’s staff and Board strive to incorporate inclusive practices in the performance of all duties and responsibilities, on a consistent and ongoing basis, and continually work to increase awareness and sensitivity to the needs and concerns of individuals from diverse cultures, backgrounds, and orientations.

View the full job announcement on our website at https://LPFW.org/jobs to learn more about this position, our desired qualifications, and application instructions. We will be accepting applications through January 21, 2022, and interviews will be conducted via Zoom.

Project Manager
Visionality
Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties Jan. 3, 2022 Mar. 31, 2022
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Description:

The Visionality team is making magic happen with coffee, laughter and kindness. We think you are going to have a lot of fun working here. In addition to being innovative, resourceful, and enthusiastic about our work, we firmly believe in maintaining a healthy work-life balance. We are highly bonded and care deeply about one another’s successes… there are no “office politics” to navigate. And regardless of where you sit in the company’s org chart, you are encouraged to give and receive feedback to team members and call attention to ways we can improve internally and externally.

We are in the business of changing the way organizations succeed. VISIONALITY has grown from a one-woman passion project to a team of innovative thinkers and creators, with over 60 years of combined nonprofit experience. Our team is dedicated to developing and implementing creative solutions that help our clients – nonprofits in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties – make the world a better place. VISIONALITY was named one of the Pacific Coast Business Times’ ‘Best Places to Work’ in 2018, 2019 and 2021.

Your primary responsibility as Project Manager is to solve our clients’ problems – no matter how BIG or small. Your duties will consist of both LEADING projects (newsletters, end of year appeals, etc.) for several clients AND behind-the-scenes SUPPORT for our Senior Project Manager’s fundraising and strategy clients (writing, marketing and communication support). This position will report to the Senior Project Manager.

Director of Advancement
Santa Barbara Zoo
Santa Barbara, CA Dec. 16, 2021 Feb. 28, 2022
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Description:

Join the fun, professional, and mission-driven Santa Barbara Zoo team!

The Santa Barbara Zoo is seeking a Director of Advancement with a successful fundraising track record. This individual will lead the five-member, Advancement department in all fundraising efforts for the Zoo.  This includes major gifts, capital campaigns, annual gifts, corporate gifts, grants, special events, direct mail, planned gifts, online giving, on-site giving, and other special giving programs.

This is a regular, full time, exempt position.

The qualified applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum seven years of professional fundraising experience including a minimum of three years of professional Director of Development or equivalent Director-level experience in fundraising.

Salary: DOE; plus benefits.

Apply Online: www.sbzoo.org

Administrator
Leading from Within
Remote and in-office (Downtown Santa Barbara) Dec. 2, 2021 Feb. 28, 2022
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Description:

The LFW Administrator is a key role in assisting LFW to achieve its mission of investing in social sector leaders to make meaningful change within themselves, their organizations and their communities.  The Administrator works closely with the Program & Network Manager to ensure the organization runs with the highest standard of business practices and provides the highest level of customer service to our program participants, supporters, and greater Leading From Within network.

Communications Associate
Netzel Grigsby Associates
Remote Dec. 2, 2021 Feb. 28, 2022
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Description:

The Communications Associate helps nonprofit organizations build capacity in fundraising, planning, staffing and training. This position supports project teams with writing, editing, document layout, data research and analysis, and donor prospect research.

Successful candidates will capture both the logic and passion of a project in concise, compelling and attractive written documents tailored to the interests of diverse audiences. The ideal candidate will be a critical thinker, able to develop positive client and team relationships, manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet demanding deadlines without fail. Put your skills to work impacting and benefiting many communities, while working with dynamic and creative team members.

Membership Manager
Santa Barbara Museum of Art (SBMA)
Santa Barbara, California USA Dec. 2, 2021 Feb. 28, 2022
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Description:

The Membership Manager is responsible for overseeing the Membership program, including overall strategic planning, marketing and communications, and reporting and analysis. Reports to the Director of External Affairs.

Responsibilities
Marketing
• Work with the Communications team on the Membership marketing plan, including acquisitions, promotions, partnerships, and special appeals.
• Write copy for invitations, monthly emails, quarterly newsletter, promotional materials, and website.
• Oversee all design and production of Membership printed materials including brochures, renewal stationery, special appeals, etc.

Development
• Collaborate with the Development team to identify and upgrade individuals to higher levels of membership or support groups, and increase annual giving participation.
• Work with Events Manager to create engagement opportunities for Members at the Museum. Examples include exhibition openings, museum programs, and members-only events.

Program Management
• Develop and implement marketing and promotional plans for retention, acquisition, and upgrades to meet or exceed annual income expectations.
• Ensure accurate and timely fulfillment of gift processing, acknowledgments, and member requests.
• Work on front-line customer service and onsite sales promotions related to membership.
• Participate in establishing annual revenue and expenditure budget and monitor progress towards goals.

Requirements
B.A.; 3+ years of successful membership management and/or marketing experience in a member-based organization; excellent writing and interpersonal skills; strong ability to multi-task, prioritize and work well under pressure to meet multiple competing deadlines; a team player who works collaboratively across the department and institution; must enjoy working with the public; excellent computer skills and experience with Raiser’s Edge database or similar fundraising software important.

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