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

Position Location Posted on Deadline / Link
Executive Director
Pacific Pride Foundation
Santa Barbara, CA Apr. 1, 2020 Jun. 1, 2020
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Description:

The Executive Director will assume day-to-day operating and oversight responsibility for Pacific Pride Foundation, including Organizational Leadership, Resource Development, Community Building and Outreach, Financial Management, Staff Management, Program Management, and Board Relations. In partnership with the Board of Directors, the E.D. will oversee fundraising, development and refinement of service and advocacy programs, budgeting and financial planning, contract and grant compliance, and staffing/recruitment.

This position requires a compassionate and visionary leader with the skills and experience to lead Pacific Pride to new levels of growth, visibility, and impact. A primary accountability of the new E.D. will be to implement a new, three-year strategic plan that aims to establish Pacific Pride as the recognized leader on LGBTQ+ and HIV prevention issues in Santa Barbara County. She/He/They will lead Pacific Pride with a particular focus on the following:

§ Ensuring financial sustainability through growth and diversification of fundraising programs, capacity, and results
§ Raising visibility, awareness, and understanding of Pacific Pride’s work and mission with all audiences
§ Bringing vision and critical thinking to expanding and aligning programs to meet the needs of a diverse and evolving LGBTQ+ community in Santa Barbara County
§ Expanding and strengthening relationships with constituents, partners, allied organizations, and volunteers
§ Building a professional and supportive organization with continued commitment to diversity & inclusion at all levels

The E.D. will also function as a primary public representative of Pacific Pride 
and will work to expand relationships with constituents, volunteers, partners, allies, policy makers, and other allied justice movements to advance the organization’s mission. 

The Executive Director will assume day-to-day operating and oversight responsibility for Pacific Pride Foundation, including Organizational Leadership, Resource Development, Community Building and Outreach, Financial Management, Staff Management, Program Management, and Board Relations. In partnership with the Board of Directors, the E.D. will oversee fundraising, development and refinement of service and advocacy programs, budgeting and financial planning, contract and grant compliance, and staffing/recruitment.

This position requires a compassionate and visionary leader with the skills and experience to lead Pacific Pride to new levels of growth, visibility, and impact. A primary accountability of the new E.D. will be to implement a new, three-year strategic plan that aims to establish Pacific Pride as the recognized leader on LGBTQ+ and HIV prevention issues in Santa Barbara County. She/He/They will lead Pacific Pride with a particular focus on the following:

§ Ensuring financial sustainability through growth and diversification of fundraising programs, capacity, and results
§ Raising visibility, awareness, and understanding of Pacific Pride’s work and mission with all audiences
§ Bringing vision and critical thinking to expanding and aligning programs to meet the needs of a diverse and evolving LGBTQ+ community in Santa Barbara County
§ Expanding and strengthening relationships with constituents, partners, allied organizations, and volunteers
§ Building a professional and supportive organization with continued commitment to diversity & inclusion at all levels

The E.D. will also function as a primary public representative of Pacific Pride and will work to expand relationships with constituents, volunteers, partners, allies, policy makers, and other allied justice movements to advance the organization’s mission.

 

Administrative Coordinator
Manna, Conejo Valley Food Bank
Thousand Oaks, CA Mar. 27, 2020 Apr. 24, 2020
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Description:

The Administrative Coordinator is an active and dynamic position, responsible for all aspects of daily office duties, volunteer, food drive and client coordination; the accurate tracking and reporting for these areas. Job duties include administrative, database maintenance, food pantry, food drive, volunteer coordination, reporting and community outreach. At times this is an active fast paced position requiring some weekend and evening hours.

Project Manager
VISIONALITY
Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties Jan. 21, 2020 Apr. 18, 2020
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Description:

Full time/work-from-home position, with in-person client and team meetings/events
Starting Pay: $45,000-$50,000 annually

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 administrative projects (Board meeting management, newsletters, recurring membership events) for several clients AND behind-the-scenes SUPPORT for our Senior Project Manager’s fundraising and strategy clients (writing, marketing and communication support). You will report to the Senior Project Manager.

VISIONALITY has a proven track record for promoting from within by flexibly building job descriptions that meet employees’ professional goals AND the changing needs of our growing company. Future opportunities for growth could include promotion towards a more specialized niche of Project Management (high-level fundraising, event coordination, strategic planning or much more).

Visit our online application at http://bit.ly/visionality to:

  • Complete a brief questionnaire
  • Submit your resume
  • Submit a cover letter
  • Submit 1-3 work samples


Please Note:
•Applications will NOT be considered if they do not have all components above or if they are submitted directly via email.
•Please be prepared to complete the application in one sitting. Our form does NOT allow you to save your progress or return at a later time.
•Applications will be reviewed as they are received.
•Ideal work samples will demonstrate your writing, communication, formatting, technical and/or design skills, and can be in any format you choose. We appreciate the following: exemplary email correspondence, spreadsheets, websites, blogs, academic papers, newsletters, and much, much more.

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