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
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County
Oxnard, CA Feb. 20, 2018 Mar. 15, 2018
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Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County (HFHVC) is the local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International and shares the global Habitat mission to “put God’s love into action and bring people together to build homes, communities and hope.”  HFHVC accomplishes this mission by building new, affordable homes, providing home repairs to low income homeowners and operating two ReStores.  HFHVC has received a 4-Star rating from Charity Navigator the past 5 consecutive years.

The Chief Executive Officer reports directly to the Board of Directors and provides leadership to all aspects of the affiliate’s operations, fundraising and community involvement.  This is a “hands-on” leadership role requiring strong business acumen, demonstrated P&L leadership, effective communication skills (both collaborative team leadership and public speaking), and the willingness and ability to learn new areas of our diverse non-profit.

Interested applicants
Learn more about Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County at  This position is based in Oxnard, CA. 

To apply, email the following to, Please include “Chief Executive - your last name” in the subject line. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

  1. Cover letter describing why you are interested in HFHVC.
  2. Current resume.
  3. Reference list – 3 references

Applications will be accepted through March 15, 2018 or until position is filled. Ideal start date for this position is May 1st or earlier. Candidates will be contacted for interviews on a rolling basis. No phone calls please.  Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County is an equal opportunity employer.

VOLUNTEER: Accountant / Bookkeeper
Conejo Open Space Foundation
Feb. 12, 2018

The Conejo Open Space Foundation (COSF) is seeking a new Treasurer for our board. COSF is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that was founded in 1995. We exist to raise funds to support Conejo open space programs and to educate the public (especially children) about the importance of open space and its benefits to all of us.
This position requires (1) an understanding of the general role of a treasurer, (2) an honest and ethical approach to all, (3) expertise in the web version of Quick Books and Pay Pal, (4) the ability to maintain the Foundation's ledger, (5) attending our monthly 1-hour Foundation board meetings, and (6) a willingness to attend no more than 1 to 2 ad hoc meetings during the year. An interest in, and use of, open space by the candidate would be nice, but is not at all required. Our outgoing Treasurer says the above work usually requires 1 to 2 hours per month. We are expecting to be growing, so assume 4 to 5 hours per month maximum. This is not a paid position; it is volunteer work.
Interested parties should contact:
Craig Percy, Vice President, COSF
203-892-7046 - cell

Executive Director
Partnership for Safe Families & Communities
Camarillo, CA Feb. 8, 2018

The Executive Director position is an exempt position and will work under the supervision of the Board of Directors. The Executive Director will have the primary responsibility of developing, maintaining, supporting and providing strategic direction to The Partnership’s programs and directives. The Executive Director must be conversant with all aspects of The Partnership program. The Executive Director is responsible for supervising all staff and volunteers, managing budgets and monthly reports, managing contracts received, contractors hired, and interfacing with County partners. The Executive Director is responsible for maintaining fidelity to the Ventura County Child Abuse Prevention Council (VCCAPC) philosophy, ensuring that the needs of the families are fulfilled, and that work done for The Partnership meets the Welfare and Institutions Code (WIC) for Child Abuse Prevention Councils. This individual reports directly to the Board of Directors and receives an annual performance evaluation.

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Administrative Coordinator
Thousand Oaks Library Foundation
Thousand Oaks, CA Feb. 7, 2018

Vacancy Need an office administrative coordinator parttime for the Thousand Oaks Library Foundation based at the Grant Brimhall Main Library.  Hours from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday.

Typical duties include office management - edits, formats, revises a variety of documents including correspondence, contracts, purchase orders from email drafts & direction from board officers or committee chairs. Knowledge of procedures for ordering, inventory, managing cash & input data from various sources.

Contact or for additional information or filing date. 

Director of Development
Community Memorial Health System
Ventura, CA Feb. 1, 2018 Learn more & apply

Community Memorial Health System (CMHS) seeks a dynamic leader with the vision and ability to transition CMHS philanthropy from its very successful $25M Capital Campaign, which attracted unprecedented levels and number of gifts, to successful philanthropy centered on the Health System's programs and services.  In partnership with the Vice President of Marketing and Development, the Director of Development will be a key player in developing and executing the System's vision for philanthropy to make CMHS the charity of choice in the community, utilizing a comprehensive array of fundraising vehicles for the short- and long term needs of the Health System.

Reporting to the Vice President of Marketing and Development, the Director of Development will lead an experienced, motivated and best practices-oriented team with expertise in data management (Raiser's Edge), Annual Fund, Major Gifts and Events, and oversee the development of expertise in Planned Giving and Foundation and Corporate Relations.  This position will be responsible for leveraging the advances made during the Capital Campaign in physician, employee, patient and community giving, sustaining current donors, and broadening the organization's work with all constituents, including  those interested in planned giving and the next generation of donors.

The Director of Development will be located in Ventura and lead a staff of four.  In addition, the position will provide leadership as senior staff to the Community Memorial Healthcare Foundation for its committees, meetings and events; and provide counsel to the System's other foundation, the Ojai Valley Community Foundation, for its fundraising strategies and operational implementation.


Required:  Experienced development professional with a minimum of five years of prior Development experience that includes management of diverse professionals.  Proven track record of personally raising major gifts of six and seven-figures.  Exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills.  Ability to interact effectively with CMHS leaders, physicians, staff colleagues, donors and volunteer leadership.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills; must be a superb listener.  A working director, the successful candidate must have the ability to think strategically, implement operationally, and work independently, while managing and prioritizing multiple assignments.  Must demonstrate a high level of maturity, integrity, initiative, creativity, accuracy, quality, ethical behavior, confidentiality and discretion.

An undergraduate degree.

Preferred:   CFRE, prior Development experience in a healthcare setting and knowledge and experience within the Ventura County community

Data Architect and Database Coordinator
Ventura College Foundation
Ventura, CA Jan. 30, 2018


Excellent opportunity for a Data Architect and Database Coordinator with at least 2-3 years of relevant experience, reporting to the Director of Major and Planned Giving and the Development Manager at the Ventura College Foundation. Ideal candidate will be a strong, collaborative, energetic individual with experience working with databases in the fundraising fields. Opportunity for growth within the organization. Flexible work schedule.


For over 30 years, the Ventura College Foundation a (501(c)(3) non-profit) has raised more than $25 million for Ventura College and its students in the form of scholarships, grants and other program support. The Foundation has assets of over $9 million, and receives support from individuals, corporations, foundations, and its Weekend Marketplace operations. The Foundation is governed by a 24-member Board of Directors, and works toward an annual fundraising goal of $1M from annual giving, major giving, and planned giving efforts. Database size is 50K+ records.


The Data Architect and Database Coordinator is responsible for database support and analysis for the annual fund, major and planned gifts, marketing, communications, and event aspects of the fundraising program at the Foundation. The Data Architect and Development Database Coordinator is part of a high-performing team that together, implements a comprehensive development program of identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding annual, major and planned gift donors and prospects for restricted and unrestricted needs in support of the Foundation’s mission.  They will also be key in the implementation and integration of our new database interface, Raiser’s Edge NXT.


  • Database Management:
    • Coordinate all aspects of the database including: posting/acknowledging gifts, updating records, updating actions, generating reports, analyzing data, working with database vendor, updating database policies/procedures manual, implementing all import/export projects, coordinating all data cleansing projects.
    • Conducts ongoing review of the current non-Raiser’s Edge data records in Excel and other electronic formats to determine the feasibility of integrating this data into Raiser’s Edge and conducts data mapping from third party systems; specifically, Mobile Cause.
    • Control/code table maintenance including managing appeals, funds, campaigns and other system coding.


  • Data Support:
    •  Provide support related to donor lists/reports for events, annual giving campaign, direct mail projects, major donor prospects, and planned giving prospects. Implement all prospect research requests.
    • Assist Fundraising staff to identify what data they wish to capture and record on Raisers Edge and assist the Development Manager in determining the best structure.
    • Responsible for providing Foundation staff requiring data held on Raiser’s Edge with accurate data required to perform their various duties in a timely and efficient manner, including: Creating, testing and implementing of standard queries which Raiser’s Edge users can run at their discretion; ad-hoc queries to provide accurate data as requested, as well as queries to ensure the integrity of the database.
    • Coordinate with Foundation staff to determine data selection requirements for appeals and mailings such as newsletters and tax receipts and to extract the data required.
    • Developing MS Excel spreadsheets tools to manipulate data where Raiser's Edge tools are insufficient.
    • Interacts with all necessary departments/divisions (particularly Finance and Campus Programs) to analyze and gather report requirements for generating criteria and output.
    •  Liaises with database users to recommend and assist in the implementation of new and improved processes.
    • Oversees the development of the RE Policies and Procedures manual, as well as a training manual, to guide and educate users in order to improve the flow of information, processes for inputting and overall database efficiency.
    • Assists the Development Manager to develop/review/ maintain policies and procedures related to database usage, security and confidentiality issues and business operations.
    • Ensures Fundraising Staff are aware of the requirements for the effective use of Raiser's Edge when collecting new data, via all data capture media.
  • General Development Support:
    • Provide general fundraising support for Executive Director, Director of Major/Planned Gifts, Development Manager, and Programs and Event Coordinator. Keep abreast of the fundraising and database fields through appropriate list-serves, blogs, websites, publications, webinars and conferences/seminars, and share with other development staff.
  • Other Duties as Assigned
    • The purpose of this job description is to provide an overview of the scope of the position. This is not a comprehensive list of duties/responsibilities. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree and 2-3 years of progressive, successful, and specific experience working in a development department of a non-profit organization.
  • Understanding of the development process, preferably in higher education.
  • Proficiency and deep experience in using donor/prospect databases (preferably The Raiser’s Edge or NXT). Proficient in Microsoft Office suite and Vertical Response (or related email marketing tool).
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to explain highly technical concepts and processes clearly to non-technical clients.
  • Excellent attention to detail, data entry accuracy, and ability to meet deadlines. Ability to manage multiple complex tasks and/or projects simultaneously while addressing the needs of the office, ability to maintain composure under pressure.
  • Strong organizational, writing, and analytic skills; ability to develop complex analytical, verbal and graphic documents.
  • Ability to work effectively as a team leader as well as independently.
  • Professional in demeanor and conduct.  Adheres to the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Code of Ethics.



  • Part-time position (15-19 hours a week)
  • Salary will be commensurate with experience
  • Please email Julie Harvey, Development Manager, ( and Gerry Pantoja, Director of Major and Planned Giving, ( your application (which will include: cover letter, resume, and three references).
  • No calls please, only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
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Executive Administrative Assistant
Camarillo Ranch Foundation
Camarillo, CA Jan. 20, 2018 Learn more & apply

The Executive Administrative Assistant reports to the CEO /COO and will work closely with other staff and Board members to ensure the success of the organization’s programs and initiatives. This is a challenging and rewarding position for a creative self-starter who is interested in working for a small nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving local history.

We are looking for a competent Executive Administrative Assistant to provide personalized secretarial and administrative support in a well-organized and timely manner. You will work on a one-to-one basis on a variety of tasks related to executive’s working life and communication. To be successful in this role, you should be proactive, well-organized, meet deadlines and communicate effectively. Our ideal candidate also has previous experience as an Administrative Assistant and is familiar with office management technologies. Ultimately, you should be able to identify and address the needs of senior managers and perform administrative tasks to ensure our company’s workflow runs smoothly.