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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LOUD Director
Audacious Foundation
Santa Barbara, Ca Nov. 12, 2018 Nov. 23, 2018
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Description:

The LOUD Director is responsible for managing the LOUD team including managing day to day operations, quality control/resources, school outreach/communication, and fund raising/event planning. The Director provides consistent, supportive, forward-thinking leadership, developing new opportunities in response to Founder’s Vision, coordinating school relationships, and supporting the general operation of LOUD. Working with our team, the Director works to design and align LOUD to accomplish its goals.

The LOUD program is a non-profit initiative that provides high quality instruments and world class music/film education to low-income students. We are currently in 18 low-income schools: 13 in Los Angeles, 4 in Santa Barbara, and 1 in New Jersey, serving over 450 students the opportunity to realize their creative dreams.

This is a ¾ time, exempt position. Position can be based remotely in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, or Ventura.

Office Manager / Bookkeeper
Ojai Valley Land Conservancy
Ojai, CA Nov. 6, 2018 Nov. 23, 2018
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Description:

The Ojai Valley Land Conservancy’s Office Manager is primarily responsible for maintaining the organization’s financial records; accounts payable and accounts receivable, profit & loss, cash flow, and other financial activities. In addition, the Office Manager coordinates human resources activities and maintenance of employment files, insurance policies, and is responsible for maintaining a well-supplied office. The successful candidate will also provide administrative support to the Executive Director. There are also outreach related responsibilities for events and volunteer coordination.

This position is supervised by the Executive Director, provides support to the Director of Advancement, and works closely with other OVLC staff. The Office Manager supervises no OVLC staff, but may direct contractors, volunteers, and interns.

Executive Director
Central Ventura County Fire Safe Council
Ventura, CA Oct. 30, 2018 Nov. 30, 2018
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Description:

Incorporated in 2010, the mission of the Central Ventura County Fire Safe Council (CVCFSC) is to reduce the threat of wildfire to farms, ranches, urban neighborhoods and infrastructures through an aggressive program of action, education and collaboration. We are currently recruiting for a part-time Executive Director.

• The Executive Director is the key manager of CVCFSC. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.
• The Executive Director is responsible for managing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. 
• The Executive Director of CVCFSC is a part-time exempt employee, retained by and serving at the will of the Board of Directors.


GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:


1) Administration: Works with Board to fulfill the organization mission.

2) Financial Performance and Viability: Develops resources sufficient to ensure the financial health of the organization.

3) Organization Mission and Strategy: Works with Board, contractors and staff to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through programs, strategic planning and community outreach.

4) Organization Operations. Oversees and implements appropriate resources to ensure that the operations of the organization are executed in an efficient, fiscally responsible manner.

For a detailed job description, please visit our website at www.cvcfiresafe.org.


Executive Director
Cancer Support Community VVSB
Westlake Village, CA Oct. 25, 2018 Learn more & apply
Description:

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 knowledge, 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.

 

Fund Development / Financial Management

  • Creates and executes a comprehensive resource development plan in collaboration with the Development Director and Resource Committee of the Board of Directors to generate sufficient financial resources to support programs and operations in a sustainable manner.
  • Provides effective budgeting and financial management to ensure fiscal integrity.
  • Builds and executes a robust and dynamic outreach and relationship‐building program that attracts donors, members, volunteers and community support.

Strategic Planning

  • Develops and implements the strategic plan in collaboration with the Board of Directors.
  • Fosters a sense of community that ripples throughout all aspects of our service area.

Staff Management

  • Provides oversight and direction to the Development Director, Clinical & Program Director and Operations Director to support the business activities of the organization in concert with its mission and goals.
  • Promotes a collaborative, positive and safe work environment for employees and volunteers.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 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.

Cancer Support Community Valley/Ventura/Santa Barbara is an EEOC employer with a competitive salary and benefit package.

 
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