Center for Nonprofit Leadership

Helping nonprofit leaders do better at doing good

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.

All Jobs

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Director of Development
Pacific Pride Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA Sep. 18, 2020 Nov. 30, 2020
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Pacific Pride is seeking a full-time, Santa Barbara-based Director of Development to join a dedicated team of professionals. Reporting to and with the support and guidance of the Executive Director, the Director of Development will create and implement a robust and innovative development plan to support the organization’s annual operating budget. Responsible for all philanthropic giving, the Director of Development manages key revenue programs, including annual and planned giving, as well as private grants, and oversees the Development/Events Manager who is responsible for corporate philanthropy and special events. This position is ideal for a skilled, self-motivated development professional with passion for and understanding of the LGTBQ+ community. Candidates must be able to work both remotely and in the Santa Barbara office depending on organizational needs and safety policies.

District Scheduler
Congresswoman Julia Brownley (CA-26)
Thousand Oaks, CA Sep. 16, 2020 Oct. 30, 2020

The Office of Congresswoman Julia Brownley seeks an organized, detail-oriented, and responsible individual to serve as District Scheduler in her Thousand Oaks, CA office.

Responsibilities include managing and maintaining the Congressman’s daily schedule during her District Work Periods while also performing administrative tasks such as answering telephone calls, managing voicemails, drafting and editing letters, and ensuring staff have the supplies and technology to perform their duties. This position requires a willingness to work evenings and weekends when necessary. Candidates should have prior experience in a similar role, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and a strong sense of humor. The ideal candidate would have district ties, fluency in Spanish, and a strong appreciation for the Congresswoman’s legislative work.

Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and one writing sample to with the subject line “District Scheduler  – Last Name”.  No calls or drop-ins please. The office is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, disability, military status, age, marital status, or parental status.

Annual Giving Coordinator
Many Mansions
Thousand Oaks, CA Sep. 16, 2020 Nov. 6, 2020
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Many Mansions is looking for an experienced Annual Giving Coordinator who will provide support to their Resource Development Division. The position of Annual Giving Coordinator is responsible for assisting with the growth of donor support by implementing all aspects of annual giving programs for Many Mansions, including annual appeal campaigns, monthly giving programs and stewardship. This position also is responsible for supporting the Many Mansions Real Estate Alliance Program. The position plays a key role in conducting donor research to assist in donor stewardship strategies. The position is responsible for identifying and meeting goals through metrics such as donor retention, new donors, increased giving, and relationship management. The position requires proficiency in Microsoft 365 including (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook), data management programs and social media platforms. Experience in Salesforce Nonprofit Success Pack, is helpful. Driving is required for this position.

The preferred candidate will have education and experience in direct donor fundraising. This includes a Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university preferred, as well as two years’ experience in fundraising activities including direct mail, recurring gifts, and annual campaigns. Campaign management experience is helpful.

Project Manager
Ventura, CA -- Full time/work-from-home position Sep. 14, 2020 Nov. 30, 2020
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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 (Board meeting management, newsletters, 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.

--Fundraising support: writing & executing end-of-year appeals; support of donor stewardship activities, database management (bonus points for CRM/donor database administration, especially Donor Perfect)
--Digital Event Coordination: planning, working with vendors, supervising registration, creating emails to attendees, managing speakers, overseeing staffing, coordinating volunteers, and more
--Marketing & communications: writing and editing fundraising appeals, newsletters, website content, social media posts, press releases, grants, sponsorship materials, and more
--Please read the full job description for a complete list.

Project & Operations Assistant
Full time/work-from-home position Sep. 14, 2020 Nov. 30, 2020
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As a Project & Operations Assistant, you are a level-headed, highly organized self-starter with strong communication and critical thinking skills. You are the kind of person who not only sees the 30,000 foot picture of your team’s goals, but see how you can make your team run more effectively through your small and large contributions. You will work both independently and collaboratively as a core member of the VISIONALITY team to support our Project Managers, Senior Project Manager, and CEO.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE (full description in link):
--Support Project Managers on Client Work: data management, newsletters, mail merges and mailing projects; draft and proofread e-newsletters, website, social media, press releases, grants, sponsorship materials; event (digital and in-person) support
--Support VISIONALITY’s Internal Company Work: contact management and data entry; research/troubleshoot computer software issues; accounting; scheduling meetings; assist with HR, payroll & insurance tasks

Office Administrator
Housing Trust Fund Ventura County
Camarillo, CA Sep. 9, 2020 Nov. 30, 2020
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The Housing Trust Fund Ventura County (HTFVC), a nonprofit corporation, is seeking a qualified, detailed oriented, self starter, with a talent for administration.  HTFVC is a growing nonprofit lender for the development of affordable housing throughout Ventura County (  To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to  No phone calls.

Executive Director
Samaritan Center of Simi Valley
Simi Valley, CA Sep. 4, 2020 Dec. 1, 2020
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The Samaritan Center is a Service and Resource Center for the community of Simi Valley. The mission is 1) to assist homeless and near-homeless men, women, and children by providing basic supportive services, resources, opportunities, and hope; 2) In order to recover and become self-supportive and independent functioning members of the community again; 3) Ensure opportunities are available for individuals and groups to provide the above. The Executive Director of this Service and Resource Center for homeless persons, reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the general administration and oversight of the Samaritan Center and its programs, the direction and control of its business affairs, all personnel and volunteer decisions, and the generation of financial resources necessary for its operation. The Executive Director will act as liaison and advocate for the Samaritan Center and the homeless population, with related community agencies and governmental groups. Division of Duties: Center Operations 50%, General Administration 20%, Grant Writing and Administration 15%, Essential Services 15%. Skills should include management experience in social services, sound organizational and process management abilities, goal and deadline focused with a strong work ethic and ability to maintain accuracy, team player, creative problem-solver, who is adaptable while compassionate and driven to help those in need.

Interested parties please contact Jodi Lewis for more information.

Housing Development Coordinator
Many Mansions
Thousand Oaks Aug. 28, 2020 Oct. 2, 2020
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Many Mansions is looking for an experienced Housing Development Coordinator who will provide support to their Real Estate Division. This position will assess the feasibility of new affordable housing projects, help prepare funding applications and proposals to various private and public funding agencies related to affordable housing and community development projects, support the closing of predevelopment, acquisition, construction, and permanent financing. Maintain the construction budget and process funding draws to ensure timely, cost effective and quality construction. Provide administrative support to the Housing Development department, such as filing, photocopying, putting together funding binders, payment requests, etc. Research and compile information for community groups and residents, city staff, and any other interested parties regarding Many Mansions, housing development, and our proposed projects. Collaborate with other Many Mansions Departments/Divisions to help transition from the construction to property operations phase.

Executive Director
Cancer Support Community Valley/Ventura/Santa Barbara
Westlake Village, CA Aug. 25, 2020 Oct. 30, 2020
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Celebrating nearly three decades of providing support, education and hope to people fighting cancer and their families, the Cancer Support Community Valley/Ventura/Santa Barbara (CSC) is the local affiliate of the leading provider of social and emotional support for cancer patients in the United States. Cancer Support Community nationally includes policy leadership and support, a research and training institute and a network of 45 local affiliates and over 130 additional service delivery locations.

CSC is an independently governed and funded non-profit organization which serves approximately 2,000 individuals each year with a variety of programs including support groups led by mental health professionals for cancer patients and their families, healthy lifestyle/wellness classes, cancer education seminars, social and networking programs, all of which are provided at no cost to participants to attend. Our service territory includes the San Fernando Valley, Ventura County and Santa Barbara County.

CSC has undergone positive change over the past 18 months and is now seeking an Executive Director to build on this foundation and, along with a strong and committed board of directors and staff, further CSC’s mission of support for cancer patients and their families in our service area. This role requires both strong, near-term operational awareness and the ability to strategize, communicate and build community support for a strategic plan.

This is an excellent opportunity for a new leader to work with a solid board, staff and community of supporters. The current ED is relocating out of state.

Chief Financial Officer
Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families
Camarillo, CA Jul. 23, 2020 Learn more & apply

Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families seeks an experienced financial leader as its next CFO. Situated midway between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, Casa Pacifica provides a full spectrum of services each year to over 2,000 children, youth and families at the most challenging times in their lives.

This is an exciting time for Casa Pacifica with a new CEO taking the helm in mid-July. The CFO will work in close partnership with the CEO and serve as a key advisor to the organization’s leadership and Board of Directors on major financial business issues and decisions. Casa Pacifica has an annual budget of approximately $31 million and a staff of 330 employees in four locations. The CFO will set financial policy and direction while also actively participating in and helping to drive the organization’s overall financial strategies.

The CFO will be a seasoned leader with progressively responsible financial management, with five or more years in a senior level functional role. Prior experience/exposure in dealing with governmental agencies and in contract management and administration is highly desirable. Although the individual could come from a variety of fields, the CFO will ideally have experience in a complex organization with diverse program areas and multiple funding sources. Nonprofit experience is important, whether it be working in an organization or serving in volunteer capacity on a board. A background in human service, healthcare, managed care, or mental health would be a plus. A Bachelor’s degree is required; an MBA and/or CPA is preferred. 

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