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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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Volunteer Coordinator
Senior Concerns
Thousand Oaks, CA Jun. 24, 2022 Aug. 31, 2022
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Description:

This position is responsible for tasks in multiple areas, including volunteer coordination duties, front desk responsibilities and community outreach. This position is multifaceted and will receive direction from the Director of Programs to divide time appropriately and ensure all responsibilities are met. 

The primary responsibility of this role is the volunteer coordination. This is an integral part of Senior Concerns and allows the agency to continue serving so many seniors in the community through programs including Meals on Wheels, The Bargain Boutique, the Adult Day Program and other events, front desk tasks and fundraisers.

Director of Development
Humane Society of Ventura County (HSVC)
Ojai, CA Jun. 24, 2022 Aug. 15, 2022
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Description:

The Humane Society of Ventura County (HSVC) recruiting for a Director of Development (DoD) who will elevate the organization's fundraising strategy and maintain its prosperity. This person will be a strategic, persuasive, flexible, outgoing, altruistic and detail oriented animal lover.

The focus of the position will be to foster relationships with donors and potential donors and
increase their engagement with the HSVC. This person will also lead the organization in building
and maintaining community partnerships. The DoD will work closely with the Executive Director
and report directly to them. While some of this work can be conducted remotely, an on-site
presence in Ojai will be required.

Gift Administrator
Thatcher School
Ojai, CA Jun. 23, 2022 Jul. 31, 2022
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Description:

The Gift Administrator is a member of the development support team and is central to the School’s
ability to achieve goals for alumni and donor relations, annual giving, and major gifts efforts. Responsibilities include data entry and maintenance of gift information in the Raiser’s Edge database, the running of standard gift reports, receipting gifts, creating new donor records and updating donor contact information, management of office upkeep and supplies, completing various administrative office tasks, and other projects as directed by the Director of Development Operations. Sensitivity to confidential information is required as well as an ability to interact with internal and external constituents with a donor centric mindset. Some nights and weekends required. This position is not eligible for hybrid or remote work.

Case Worker
Samaritan Center
Simi Valley, CA Jun. 23, 2022 Jul. 31, 2022
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Description:

The Samaritan Center – Simi Valley is a resource for those experiencing housing and/or food insecurities. The Case Worker will assist the Case Worker Lead and have frequent client contact and should have experience with sensitive situations. The Case Worker will assist clients with resources, housing providers, rehab facilities, food services and more.   Our caseload is growing and the candidate for this position must be organized, professional, responsible, and committed to helping us meet all our clients’ needs.

Pastor for Youth and Young Adult Ministries
Orcutt Presbyterian Church
Santa Maria, CA Jun. 20, 2022 Aug. 1, 2022
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Description:

Develops and leads Christian ministries for youth (junior and senior high ages) and young adults (ages 18-25 years). Develops programs and special events which result in junior high and high school youth, and young adults fulfilling OPC’s mission of meeting Jesus Christ, joining his family, growing in faith and serving in his name. Encourages the integration of all youth and young adults into the life of the church through use and development of their gifts.

Principal Environmental Scientist
United Water Conservation District
Oxnard, CA Jun. 20, 2022 Jul. 4, 2022
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Description:

United Water Conservation District (UWCD) is a special district that was founded in 1927. The
District is responsible for the management, conservation, and enhancement of the water resources
of the Santa Clara River Valley and the Oxnard Coastal Plain in Ventura County. District facilities
include Santa Felicia Dam, Freeman Diversion facility, groundwater recharge basins, well fields,
water treatment facilities and major transmission pipelines. Under the supervision of the Environmental Services Manager, this position provides strategic and day-to-day support and oversight of the District’s environmental initiatives and functions, including participation in facilitating and planning of District operations and projects to ensure regulatory compliance and long-term sustainability of District water resources programs. This position acts to mentor, support, and advise department staff in driving project planning, management, and implementation process for large, complex, and technical projects that are highly specialized in the water resource management sector. This is an exempt position

Program Specialist
Cal Lutheran Center for Nonprofit Leadership
Thousand Oaks, CA Jun. 20, 2022 Jul. 22, 2022
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Description:

Join the Center for Nonprofit Leadership (CNL) Team!  The Program Specialist for marketing and membership is responsible for providing leadership over the CNL membership program and marketing and outreach activities. Additionally, the program specialist will develop and maintain strong relationships with University colleagues, nonprofit organizations and leaders serving the region.

Senior Program Specialist
Cal Lutheran Center for Nonprofit Leadership
Thousand Oaks, CA Jun. 20, 2022 Jul. 22, 2022
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Description:

Join the Center for Nonprofit Leadership (CNL) Team!  The Senior Program Specialist is responsible for providing program leadership over the CNL programmatic activities including curriculum and learning objective design, volunteer engagement, managing open enrollment workshops, and providing team leadership and oversight to CNL strategic initiatives. Additionally, the senior program specialist will develop and maintain strong relationships with University colleagues, nonprofit organizations and leaders serving the region.

Event Manager
Los Padres ForestWatch
Santa Barbara or Ventura Jun. 8, 2022 Aug. 31, 2022
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Description:

Los Padres ForestWatch, one of the region's premier land and wildlife conservation organizations, is seeking a full-time Event Manager. The position will direct a fun and engaging lineup of in-person and virtual events throughout the year including casual galas and benefit auctions, large and small gatherings, webinars, and other community events to connect, engage, and inspire our members and residents throughout the region.

Our work spans 220 miles of some of California’s most spectacular landscapes, from the famed Big Sur shoreline to the rugged backcountry of Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo counties.

The Event Manager oversees all facets of planning our two annual WILD! benefit events in Ojai and Santa Barbara, along with several smaller events for our donors, members, and the general public. Events are critical to the ForestWatch mission, enabling us to educate, inspire, and engage the community in our work, while also stewarding our donors and raising valuable funds to support our conservation priorities.

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.

To view the full job announcement, compensation and benefits, and application instructions, please visit out website at http://LPFW.org/jobs

Associate Director of Development
Villanova Preparatory School
Ojai, CA Jun. 2, 2022 Jul. 31, 2022
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Description:

Villanova Preparatory School, a private, co-ed Catholic Augustinian college preparatory school located in beautiful Ojai, California, is seeking an experienced Associate Director of Development. Villanova Preparatory School, operated under the ownership of the Order of St. Augustine in California, is an International Baccalaureate school accredited by the Western Catholic Education Association and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. The school attracts highly talented and highly-motivated students seeking a quality educational experience rooted in the Catholic Augustinian tradition.

Development Coordinator
CALM
Santa Barbara, CA May. 26, 2022 Jul. 29, 2022
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Description:

The Development Coordinator is an integral member of the Development Team and serves as the foundational backbone of the day-to-day operations of the development department. Under the direction of the Director of Development, the Development Coordinator manages a wide variety of projects in support of departmental goals and objectives.

Executive Director
Ohana Health Pregnancy Clinic
Thousand Oaks, CA May. 24, 2022 Jul. 31, 2022
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Description:

The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for managing the staff, public relations and promoting the ministry to the community. It is expected that the ED will grow the Ohana Health pregnancy clinic client services, expand donor base and be an active liaison for Ohana with churches and the community at large. Job responsibilities are executed in support of the organization’s pro-life mission and vision and its Christian core beliefs and operational values.

Qualifications
1. Prefer a BA or BS in Business Administration/Management or related fields.
2. Experience working with a non-profit organization.
3. Knowledge of Pro-life issues.
4. Full agreement with and willing to uphold the Ohana Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith, vision, mission and motivation for the ministry and all Policies & Procedures.
5. Agrees to and abides by the Agreement of Confidentiality required by the State of California.
6. Has the ability to teach, counsel and is dependable, stable and follows through on commitments.
7. Completion of volunteer training and on-the-job training.
8. Service-oriented self-starter with a commitment to excellence.
9. Strong organizational and time management skills; able to multi-task; good communication skills, both written and oral.

Program Coordinator
Give an Hour
Remote May. 6, 2022 Jun. 30, 2022
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Description:

Give an Hour California is recruiting for a FULL TIME PROGRAM COORDINATOR to support the Opioid Overdose Prevention Program in Ventura County.

 

Tasks:

  • Supports the day to day operation of the Opioid Overdose Prevention Program
  • Connects individually with local partners to highlight program and promote program expansion
  • Facilitates live and web based training (web based) on Opioid Overdose Prevention Program 
  • In conjuction with new partners, develops site specific program procedures and program implementation.
  • Ensures all required documentation/data collection adheres to internal and external guidelines set forth by program design 
  • Prepare letters and mailing for Medical Examiner letter project monthly.
  • Maintains effective working relationships with partners, participants, referral agencies, community resources, and agency staff members.
  • Documents all outreach contacts in LMS system.
  • Participates in weekly and monthly staff calls to provide updates and feedback on services needed.
  • Establishes and cultivates partner relationships.
  • Supports program events (trainings, meetings).

 

 Requirements:

  • 1 to 3 years in demonstrated success in program coordination role
  • College units in social service, or a mental health related field preferred.
  • Bilingual Spanish and English preferred
  • Proficient in communicating via social media platforms such as Facebook.

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

 

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to compose correspondence with a high degree of professionalism including punctuation, spelling and grammar.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Ability to proactively address problems using analytical and logical problem solving.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality on all levels and at all times.
  • Ability to deliver excellent customer service while maintaining composure and professionalism.
  • Ability to work responsibly in a virtual environment.
  • Ability to complete work within specified timeframe

 

Position Elements

  • This is a virtual contract position, but candidates will be required to work througout Ventura County, may require limited travel (within Ventura County).
  • This position may require occasional evening or weekend work
  • This position will report directly to the Opioid Overdose Prevention Program Manager.
Executive Director
Food for Thought Ojai
Ojai, CA Apr. 25, 2022 Jun. 30, 2022
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Description:

Food for Thought Ojai is a local and statewide leader in the farm-to-school movement with a 20-year track record of successful work in Ojai public schools and collaboration with other school districts in Ventura County on healthy school meals, school gardens, nutrition education, agricultural literacy, and green & healthy school programs. We seek an energetic, hands-on Executive Director who is a passionate advocate and supporter of healthy food, healthy kids, and public education to guide the organization through its next stage of evolution and growth following the retirement of our current ED who has led the organization for 12 years. This is a year-round, half-time salaried position. Hours are flexible and may vary from week to week and season to season. The executive director will manage a small, seasoned part-time staff and work closely with the FFTO Board to meet the organization’s fundraising, budget and program goals.

Events & Sponsorships Coordinator (part-time)
CAREGIVERS: Volunteers Assisting the Elderly
Ventura, CA Apr. 22, 2022 Jun. 30, 2022
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Description:

JOB DUTIES:
• Assist and support the Executive Director in the development, management and execution of timelines for assigned fundraising events and major gift work/individual solicitations
• Ensure strategic plans and critical fundraising processes are carried out in a timely manner.
• Help develop--from Discovery to Stewardship--corporate, community and individual prospects for the organization's fundraising priorities.
• Coordinate event production, beginning with the development of sponsorship solicitations, working with the volunteer committee on logistics, and culminating in the execution of successful events that result in strong participation and net earnings.
• Work closely with accountant and ED for additional requests related to financial reporting, oversight, grants, and reporting requirements.
Sponsorship Solicitation, Gift Processing & Donor Recognition
• Record, track and acknowledge donations and registrations, with special attention to the development of small to mid-level corporate donors
• Prepare and meet deadlines for proposals and solicitations
• Devise, manage, and help implement tailored and unique donor recognition activities beyond gift recognition letter.
• Gather pertinent information for use in reporting to donors, staff members, members of the community and members of the Board of Directors.
• Track accounts payable and receivables for accuracy, timeliness. Prepare bank deposits on a weekly basis.
• Work with the Administrative Assistant to ensure smooth work flow in the maintenance of records and files; functionality of the database and adherence to established database style guide, preparation of bulk mailings and personalized mail merges, email distributions, updates to the website and social media and confidential files.

Request the full position description. Email Tammy@vccaregivers.org

Stewardship Manager
Ojai Music Festival
Ojai, CA Apr. 22, 2022 Jun. 30, 2022
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Description:

Internationally regarded as one of the most influential annual classical music events, the Ojai Music Festival has long served as a creative musical laboratory for artists, composers and audiences alike to explore new and unfamiliar repertoire. The Festival uniquely combines the intimate setting of Ojai with artists performing innovative programs over an extended weekend to create an immersive experience. The Festival is committed to fostering a positive and dynamic culture among the performers, artistic staff, administrative staff, audience, volunteers, and the Ojai community. In addition, the Festival’s BRAVO education & community program actively teaches area youth about music and how it relates to other core curriculum subjects, as well as enriches the lives of the local elderly community. The Festival successfully led a community effort to raise $4 million to rebuild Libbey Bowl, which held its grand opening at the June 2011 Festival. Currently, the Festival is planning a comprehensive 75th Anniversary Campaign.

The Stewardship Manager reports to the Director of Philanthropy to provide support for all aspects of the organization’s fundraising efforts, and manage the areas of patron engagement, database management, annual fund campaign, and communications, and special events. The Stewardship Manager will be part of a two-person department in a small but ambitious seven-person office. 

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