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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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Full Time Staff Accountant
Ascension Lutheran Church, School, & Foundation
Thousand Oaks, CA
1/25/23 Feb. 15, 2023
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Description:

Summary:
This is a regular, full time non-exempt position. This position will work closely with the Church and School Finance Team on the accounting operations and reporting for the Church, School and Foundation.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Payables, Payroll and Benefits Administration, Journal Entries, Financial Analysis

Salary Range: $20-$25/hr

To Apply: Please email resumes to info@alcto.org

Grants Writer
Livingston Memorial Visiting Nurse Association
Ventura, CA
1/23/23 Mar. 23, 2023
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Description:

This position has the primary responsibility for researching, writing, and reporting on Livingston's foundation, government, and other grants, as well as other written communication with funders. This person will work closely with the Director of Development.

Open to Full or Part-time (Minimum 24 hours per week)

Salary Range: $65,000 - $75,000 annually

Land Steward
Ventura Land Trust
Ventura, CA
1/23/23 Jan. 30, 2023
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Description:

Ventura Land Trust 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 Land Steward is responsible for assisting the Preserve Director in coordinating and carrying out the three Trash Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) contracts with the County of Ventura in addition to overseeing volunteer solicitation and coordination for Ventura Land Trust. The Land Steward will focus on maintaining compliance with TMDL contractual obligations and ensuring that current and potential volunteers have the resources they need to support the program. This position includes regular interaction with people experiencing homelessness, picking up trash, and working with volunteers.

Salary Range: $16 - $20 per hour

Customer Service Representatives (Bilingual)- non profit - call center - hybrid/remote
Mobility Management Partners
Camarillo, CA
1/20/23 Feb. 28, 2023
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Description:

Mobility Management Partners is looking for full time (Bilingual in Spanish) Customer Service Representatives. This is a hybrid/remote position - office and remote.

***Must be local to Ventura County*** The individual will be in the office 2 or more days during the week at this time. The shift is Monday - Friday 8am-5pm.

The Customer Service Representative is responsible for providing focused call center and administrative support as well as assist with related projects within MMP’s Mobility Programs Department. The department is a key component of achieving our mission of improving individuals’ access to transportation options. This includes administrative and call center support for various programs including Travel Training, ADA Eligibility Certification, and Trip Brokerage and Coordination.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Perform daily office tasks such as filing, recording, maintaining records, copying, posting

Complete Call Center duties as assigned

Follow organization and department procedures to complete tasks in a timely manner

Perform data input to appropriate databases

Develop and maintain appropriate workflow systems

Compile and send program-related letters, forms, and other communications

Collect and compile program-related data

Respond to program-related inquiries via phone, email, postal mail or fax

Respond to program-related walk-in inquiries

Provide support and resources to field staff to assist with problem solving

Coordinate with staff and/or departments to meet program goals and objectives

Coordinate with external customers to meet program goals and objectives

Other related duties as assigned

Education:

High school or equivalent (Preferred)

Experience:

Call center: 1 year (Preferred)

Salary: $17 - $18.80/hr

Executive Director - Part Time
Twin Valleys Lutheran Parish
Van Nuys, CA
1/19/23 Jan. 31, 2023
Description:

Job Summary: Twin Valleys Lutheran Parish (TVLP) is seeking a collaborative leader and self-directed manager to function as a half-time Executive Director leading all aspects of the organization. The Executive Director will work with the Board of Directors and other staff to develop and implement the goals of the Parish. The incoming Executive Director will bring enthusiasm, experience with fundraising, communications, and marketing, as well as relationship building, volunteer leadership, and strategic thinking to their work. The Executive Director must be self-motivated and able to demonstrate a strong commitment to the vision, mission, goals and ministry of TVLP. The Executive Director would also be comfortable with and able to effectively relate to people from all walks of life, economic situations, and ethnic heritages. The Executive Director should be a strong team-player who thrives at being visible in the community and embraces the diversity and culture of our 10-congregation parish.

Introducing the Twin Valleys Lutheran Parish: Registered as 501(c)3 not for profit religious corporation by the State of California, Twin Valleys Lutheran Parish is a collaborative organization that serves the areas of Los Angeles- San Fernando Valley and Santa Clarita in Southern California. It is a coalition of urban and suburban congregations committed to manifesting the presence of Jesus Christ within its parish boundaries through cooperative ministries that embrace spiritual growth, multi-cultural understanding, educational enrichment, and socioeconomic well-being. Our four initial Ministry Tables, also supported by this position, are: * Youth and Young Adult Ministries, * Latinx Ministry, * Congregational Sustainability, and *Homeless & Poverty (including food security programs).

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

Primary Responsibility: The Executive Director (ED) will assume responsibility for the operational leadership and the strategic vision of the Parish. The ED shall promote the Parish identity as a collaborative body and encourage the participation of individuals to strengthen each congregation and the Parish in vision and mission.

Duties include but are not limited to:

1. In partnership with the Board, develop and implement short and long-range priorities, budgets, and growth plans that are realistic and reflect the mission of the organization.

2. Implementing the strategicplan and vision across the organization in collaboration with Ministry Tables, staff, and volunteers.

3. Plan and lead fundraising efforts to support the organization’s operations and strategic vision including working with grant writers to research grants, submit proposals, and manage grant reporting; managing a fundraising plan; and cultivating existing and new donors.

4. Oversee the Parish’s community engagement efforts.

5. Coordinate with the Communications Assistant to maintain a holistic messaging plan.

6. Establish and cultivate effective relationships with community partners and stakeholders including other agencies, county and city departments, elected offices, and local community groups. Represent the Parish at social and community events in ways that strengthen the Parish recognition and communicate the Parish’s message.

7. Ensures that the operations of TVLP and its business office are in compliance with State, Federal, ELCA and Synodical guidelines, requirements, and accepted practices in coordination with the Parish Board.

8. Ensures the Parish is utilizing best HR practices and in compliance with all relevant labor and volunteer laws.

9. Works with the Board of Directors in a dual-role capacity. Functions as advisor/consultant as appropriate and implements Board decisions as directed. Attends and actively participates in all Board and Executive Committee meetings. Has a voice in Board proceedings but does not have a vote.

10. Work in partnership with the Executive Committee and Board to develop a sustainable program through organizational and financial plans.

11. Other duties as determined in collaboration with the Board of Directors.

QUALIFICATIONS

1. Strong organizational skills and communications skills including use of technological tools, ability to manage multiple ongoing projects at once, and strong attention to detail.

2. Strong strategic planning and visioning abilities, including out-of-the-box thinking and familiarity with and use of SMART Goals.

3. A demonstrated commitment to TVLP’s values: worthiness, social justice, inclusivity, dignity, holistic wellness, empowerment, collaboration, and transparency.

4. Demonstrated capacity to build alliances and sustain collaborative relationships with community members and leaders, with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures.

5. Significant experience with successful fundraising, grant writing, and development/donor cultivation.

6. Demonstrated ability to implement a program or strategy in a non-profit environment, including fiscal management.

7. Demonstrated ability to work with the Board and other volunteers in a non-profit organization and to communicate with sensitivity and effectively across cultures.

8. Exceptional oral and written communication skills including meeting facilitation, relationship building, and consensus-building.

9. Display executive maturity and a leadership style marked by a sense of humility, empathy, discernment, and the flexibility to change course when necessary.

10. Bilingual ability (English/Spanish) considered a plus.

POSITION DETAILS

1. Part-Time, exempt: currently 20-25 hours per week. Flexible schedule with mostly remote work after initial meetings with congregations.

2. Salary: $40,000 + annually depending on experience.

3. Benefits: Paid vacation & sick leave of 4 weeks total per year.

TO APPLY: Email a cover letter and resume with contact information for three references to Rev. Marsha Harris (current board chair)

Email: pastor.centrallutheranvn@gmail.com

Phone: 925-708-6961

by: 5pm, Wednesday January 31, 2023 START DATE: ASAP, Negotiable

Finance Director
Humane Society of Ventura County (HSVC)
Ojai, CA
1/18/23 Learn more & apply
Description:

The Humane Society of Ventura County (HSVC) is a 501(c)(3) animal welfare organization in Ventura County. We are committed to our mission of promoting the health, safety, welfare, compassionate care, and protection of all animals through education and community outreach programs. As a private nonprofit, all of our programs, services, and outreach efforts are funded entirely by the generosity of our community. We are not affiliated with the Humane Society of the United States or ASPCA, nor do we receive funding from the city, state, or federal government. With the help of our donors, volunteers, and supporters, we can continue to promote the welfare, compassionate care, and protection of all animals.


Operations Coordinator
Open Hearts Foundation
Westlake Village, CA
1/17/23 Feb. 19, 2023
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Description:

The Open Hearts Foundation believes we can all do something to help others. Our mission empowers small and emerging charities, inspires volunteerism, and engages the world in the movement of the Open Hearts Philosophy. The Foundation is thrilled to be seeking top level candidates to apply for a new position that will help sustain and grow this small charitable organization.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Operations Coordinator will become an integral part of a dedicated, creative, and innovative team that fulfills the mission of the Foundation. This position is perfect for candidates looking for an opportunity to make a difference at a growing public Foundation in a hybrid work environment.

The ideal candidate will have a proactive attitude, experience working in the nonprofit sector, and proven success in coordinating multiple responsibilities for maximum productivity. As a full time, non-exempt position the Operations Coordinator will work under the supervision of the Executive Director to coordinate the internal, day to day operations of the Foundation’s nonprofit business model, such as:
• Maintain internal processes for the Foundation’s grantmaking and volunteerism programs
• Coordinate the CRM database and donor record management
• Prepare internal financial records and annual tax filings in coordination with the Executive Director and Accounting Firm
• Support the Executive Director and Board of Directors by coordinating board meetings, policy management, bylaws, and strategic planning
• Coordinate with the Executive Director to accomplish various nonprofit fundraising strategies, in-person and virtual
• Evaluate internal systems and make recommendations for improvement
• Perform other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the mission of the Foundation

The link in this posting has additional details and qualifications.

Interested candidates will email an attached cover letter with a resume and three professional references, with the subject line “Operations Coordinator,” to info@OpenHeartsFoundation.org.

Salary Range: Based on experience beginning at $21.00 per hour in a 40-hour work week.

Schedule: Full Time, Flexible Schedule in a Hybrid Work Environment

Contemporary Worship Band Leader
Ascension Lutheran Church
Thousand Oaks, CA
1/13/23 Feb. 15, 2023
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Description:

Ascension is currently in the process of creatively re-thinking its contemporary worship. The right candidate for this position would have an openness to trying new things, be grounded in understanding contemporary worship and possess musical acumen so as to be able to collaboratively contribute to a dynamic vision for contemporary worship.

This is a part-time (10 hours per week) regular exempt position. Serves as the musical/vocal leader for the 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning contemporary worship service. This involves leading and managing a group of individual musicians/vocalists and working closely with pastors and staff in the ongoing development of this service to create a Spirit-filled worship experience.
Salary Range: This position pays $8,500 – 9,500 annually

Development Associate Intern
Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County
Oxnard, CA
12/16/22 Learn more & apply
Description:

The Development Associate Intern will apply for grants and fulfill grant contract commitments for corporate, foundation and government grants. This position will also assist with gift processing, updating donor records and pulling mailing lists. This is a 4–5-month internship position while current staff is on medical leave and has the potential to grow into a full-time permanent position

Position Summary Type:

Part-time (15-20 hours/week)

Non-exempt Reports to: CEO

Compensation: $16.50 - $18.50 per hour

Temporary Position: February – mid-June 2023

Work schedule: Flexible; Monday - Friday

Location: Oxnard, CA with on-site and remote hybrid option

Event Manager (Temporary)
Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County
Oxnard, CA
12/16/22 Learn more & apply
Description:

The Event Manager for HFHVC will provide oversight and direction for the organization’s annual special event, Hearts & Hammers, with minor event support for the annual Women Build. The Event Manager will work closely with the CEO and supervise the Marketing & Events Coordinator to achieve event and fundraising goals. This is a 4–5-month temporary position while current staff is on medical leave.

Position summary:
Type: Part-time (15-20 hours per week with 40 hours expected event week), Non-exempt
Reports to: CEO
Temporary Position: February – mid-June 2023 (could stretch back to mid-to-late January depending on staff leave)
Work schedule: Flexible. Monday - Friday with some weekend and evening requirements.
Compensation: $25 - $33 per hour
Location: Oxnard, CA with on-site and remote hybrid option

To apply:
Send cover letter outlining experience and resume. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County is an equal opportunity employer

Additional Resources & Job Boards:

 

UW

MAW

Roundtable

United Way of Ventura County

Twin Valleys Lutheran Parish

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