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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Development Manager
Ojai Music Festival
Sep. 18, 2017 Sep. 30, 2017
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The Development Manager reports to the Director of Development 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 Development Manager will be part of a two-person department in a small but ambitious seven-person office. 

Scope of Responsibilities:
• Manage Annual Fund campaign: Direct and administer all aspects of annual giving of donors $1,000 and below through direct mail, email, and online campaigns with assistance from Patron Engagement Associate; appeal segmentation donor acknowledgement and stewardship; donor recognition and retention, as well as prospecting for new donors.
• Fundraising Communications: Work with Director of Development to create and maintain a steady stream of ideas and materials for the Festival website, e-news, donor profiles. Create graphics/infographics, email blasts, and presentations.
• Assist with Events: Assist in coordinating and managing special events including donor cultivation and fundraising events and events produced by the Festival’s auxiliary group, the Ojai Festivals Women’s Committee. Responsibilities include assisting Operations Manager with logistics, creating and mailing invitations, tracking RSVPs, assisting with day-of operations, managing event expenses and budget.
• Manage Raiser’s Edge database: Manage and oversee systems and procedures, including supervision of Office Assistant in gift processing. Accountable for ensuring high quality data capture; financial reporting, analysis, and reconciliation; running and developing standard and custom reports; record-keeping on donor giving and relationship history; creating and maintaining mailing lists and donor segmentation; database systems administration, prospect research, and ongoing maintenance of donor records.

Full Time Project Manager
Sep. 13, 2017 Learn more & apply

Your primary responsibility as Project Manager is to solve peoples’ problems. You’re an eager, practical self-starter with strong writing and critical thinking skills and a knack for getting the job done. You’re a highly organized, internet-savvy taskmaster. You can thrive in a mostly virtual environment, love working under minimal supervision, and have a passion for making a difference in our community. Full time/work-from-home position, with in-person client and team meetings/events, 30-40 hours/week.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
FOOD Share
Oxnard, Ca Sep. 6, 2017 Sep. 29, 2017
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Working collaboratively with the Board Chair and Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer is responsible for leading the transformation of FOOD Share from its current stage to a more mature organization capable of delivering on its long-term Mission and Vision. Specifically, ensuring FOOD Share’s fiscal, operations, fundraising, marketing, human resource, technology, and programmatic strategies are effectively implemented across all segments of the organization.

Director of Financial Planning and Analysis
FOOD Share
Oxnard, Ca Sep. 6, 2017 Learn more & apply

The Director of Financial Planning and Analysis is responsible for applying finance and accounting principles and procedures to analyze financial information, reconcile all GL and subsidiary accounts, prepare accurate and timely financial reports, and ensure appropriate accounting control procedures.

Youth Organizer
Future Leaders of America
Oxnard, CA Sep. 5, 2017

FLA is seeking an experienced Full Time Youth Organizer in Oxnard, CA to train, develop and empower Latino youth to mobilize and create a positive change in the city of Oxnard. The Youth Organizer will work with youth on improving social conditions for Latino/a community members; specially, the youth organizer will co-lead campaigns to increase educational access for Latino/a youth. The Youth Organizer is responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of organizing projects in the aforementioned areas. The Youth Organizer will support the ongoing leadership development of youth leaders. The organizer will also work to engage community members, FLA youth and parents, to respond to and improve economic and social conditions. The Youth Organizers responsibilities include:

  1. Youth Organizer
  • Develop and strengthen leadership abilities of Future Leaders of America Master Achievers (FLAMA) youth council by conducting biweekly youth council meetings. The Youth Organizer will also build strong working relationships with all FLAMA youth council students;
  • Conduct leadership building activities with FLAMA members. Activities include but not limited to: organizing and conducting listening campaigns and developing relationship with community leaders;
  • Advice and train FLAMA youth council on advocacy and strategic planning for local campaigns on education equity. The Youth Organizer will work closely with Lead Organizer to implement strategies and campaigns. Develop and maintain collaborations with local, regional, state and national partner organizations;
  • Develop and maintain leadership regional groups to increase activities and participation throughout the City of Oxnard
  1. Program Outreach
  • Work with the Program Manager to plan, recruit and execute annual programming, which includes but not limited to: Youth Leadership Camp, University Seminars, Family Camp, Facilitator Training supplemental activities
  • Track student participation through internal database; collect evaluations from all students
  • Provide logistical support to FLA youth-led events through meeting logistics, preparation and facilitation
  1. General and Other
  • Maintain contact with other Oxnard programs and services
  • Promote FLA’s mission and goals, including articulating the mission and taking opportunities to advance its goals when appropriate
  • Other assigned duties


  • At least 2 years’ experience in Community Organizing and/or 2 years of experience working in the field of community development or other relevant community work
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent level of experience is preferred
  • Prior employment or intern experience with transferable skills to that of a Youth Organizer
  • Demonstrated commitment and passion for working with youth to provide access to education, and social justice
  • Experience with and desire to work with diverse cultures and the ability to engage people from a variety of backgrounds on a one-on-one basis or group format
  • Strategic and analytical political thinking skills to think through a variety of community issues and strategies
  • Strong written and verbal skills including large group presentations and public speaking
  • Tech savvy – has skills beyond basic computer literacy
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Able to set own work priorities, manage responsibilities and time
  • Ability to work with youth leaders to identify and develop issue campaigns that builds leadership
  • Ability to develop and carry out effective strategies for actions
  • Be a strategic thinker and consistently exhibit the ability to think through a variety of approaches to an issue and forecast possible and realistic results
  • Ability to link neighborhood-based issues with regional, state and national issues
  • Setting and achieving an annual grassroots fundraising goal
  • Bilingual (English and Spanish) is preferred
  • Sense of humor and creative thinker


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee tosuccessfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


Staff are expected to participate in fundraising events including annual Reencuentro, house parties and Santa to the Sea. Staff should also have a valid driver’s license with insurance and dependable access to a car to drive for work. Background check is required along with a TB test prior to employment

REPORTS TO: Program Manager



SALARY: $17.00/HR - $19.00/HR, DOE

To apply, please email cover letter and resume by Wednesday September 6th, 2017 to Eder Gaona-Macedo, Executive Director at: subject: Oxnard Youth Organizer

Donor Relations “Major Gifts” Officer
Casa Pacifica
Camarillo, CA Sep. 5, 2017

Purpose of Donor Relations Officer
The Donor Relations Officer assumes a key role in the strategic development of major gift activities including identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospects and donors. This positon works closely with the Director of Development and Public Relations, Chief Executive Officer to secure funds for the organization by managing a group of assigned, qualified donors (caseload) assuring that as many as possible are retained as continuing donors to the organization and are upgraded in their giving and involvement.

Benefits of this position
The benefit of this position will be the satisfaction of helping donors fulfill their passions and interests through their giving to Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families.

Job Responsibilities

  1. Will establish and maintain a donor cultivation cycle and gift stewardship program to ensure new major donors are developed, have the opportunities to increase their level of support annually, and maintain a close relationship with the organization.
  2. Will qualify a group of caseload donors.
  3. Will create individual goals for each person on his or her caseload based on the donor's history of giving and the organization's knowledge of that donor's potential.
  4. Will create a plan for each donor that will serve as a foundational communication and marketing plan for each person on the caseload.
  5. Will faithfully and on a timely basis execute that plan so individuals on the caseload are retained and upgraded.
  6. Will work with program managers to secure appropriate project information, including budgets, and create offers, proposals and asks that will be used with persons on the caseload to secure gifts.
  7. Will prepare written materials, including correspondence, solicitation materials, acknowledgements, and regular communications as part of the stewardship program.
  8. Will create monthly reports as required by management that accurately reflect caseload activity and performance.
  9. Will perform other major donor activities as required.


  1. Ability to qualify caseload donors that represent the highest giving potential for the organization.
  2. Ability to create reasonable financial goals for each donor, which is based on the donor's giving and the potential.
  3. Ability to create a personal contact and ask plan that takes into account the individual donor's interest, motivations, giving patterns and ask preferences, for each donor on his or her caseload, in a timely and cost-effective manner, and retains and upgrades donors.
  4. Ability to secure project and organization information and create and write effective offers, proposals and asks. Ability to secure information that can be sent back to donors to report on how their money was used.
  5. Ability to create timely reports that reflect caseload and major gifts performance.
  6. Ability to manage people, process, deadlines and budget while adhering to the policies and procedures of the organization and ability to get along with peers, subordinates and management and maintain a positive and constructive attitude while solving problems. Ability to protect the mission, goals and values of the organization.

Minimum Qualifications

  1. Bachelor’s Degree required; advanced degree or fundraising-related certifications is highly desirable.
  2. Five to seven years of successful experience in major gift fundraising.
  3. Thorough knowledge and understanding of all areas of development including annual giving, major, and planned giving.
  4. Must adhere to the highest ethical standards and “best practices” of fundraising.
  5. Highly motivated to set and achieve goals.
  6. Demonstrated ability to work independently and as a team member.
  7. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, personal and written communications skills.
  8. Knowledge of MS Office Suite, and Raiser Edge preferred.
  9. Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule, including some evenings and weekends.

Submission of a cover letter required with resume. Email

Director, Major Gifts and Development
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme
Oxnard, CA Aug. 30, 2017


Reporting to the CEO/President will plan, build and execute the resource development strategies and monitor progress against goals.   Will be responsible for the research, identification, cultivation,  solicitation and stewardship of major donors.   Supports the CEO in positioning the Board to identify, solicit and cultivate Planned and Major Gifts for individuals, corporations and foundations..

The candidate will apply seasoned skills to cultivate and engage new and current donors with a focus on increasing the organization’s overall annual contributions.   Candidate must be professional, personable, team oriented and organized with strong attention to detail.  Position requires the ability to work independently while also taking direction well. Candidate must possess a passion for being a part of an organization focused on improving the lives of youth and society. This position works collaboratively across organizational functions and provides guidance, assistance and support to management and supervisors.


  • Assist the CEO in planning the annual budget and resource development plan and strategies to meet and exceed budget goals as approved.
  • Provide consistent reporting and communication of activities and performance to goals.
  • Ensures accurate accounting of all income and their sources and interfaces with key departments to fulfill statistics and information requests and maintain reporting accuracy.
  • Works collaboratively with key management and volunteer staff to cultivate and solicit donors.
  • Develop and manage guidelines for Planned and Major Gift campaigns and portfolio and participates in all aspects of the gift cycle including contact, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.  Maintain a high level of contact with donors with an emphasis on soliciting, upgrading and renewing gifts through diverse forms of stewardship.
  • Responsible for the management of the donor base including the effective usage of the donor management program and software.
  • Increase sponsorship patronage and visibility of development activities and maintain good relations with all business partners, donors, public and private entities, agencies, volunteers and the community.
  • Plan and implement all annual plan solicitations to meet budgeted annual giving projections.
  • Develop strategic partnerships and collaborations with local corporations and businesses.
  • Provide leadership and direction to the Board of Directors Resource Development committee and works with the committee to develop strategies to initiate and meet resource development goals.
  • Develop and implement public relations and marketing campaigns including appeal and thank you letters.
  • Manage grant proposals including writing, compiling and submitting grant proposals to funding agencies or foundations for consideration and meet with funding representatives as needed.
  • Create and execute tailored proposals, gift requests and presentations for current and prospective donors.
  • Design and implement a comprehensive cultivation calendar for donors and prospects.
  • Contribute to annual and long-term objectives, strategies and action plans to support the organizations vision, mission and strategic plan.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Marketing or similar field of study or CFRE Certification or the equivalent in education and professional work experience.
  • A minimum of 7 years’ direct work experience in major or planned gift fundraising, sales and or marketing.
  • Experience in developing and sustaining meaningful relationships with major donors, Board members, volunteers, community and business leaders and other stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated experience stewarding, prospecting and soliciting donors giving $10,000 or more annually.
  • Demonstrated experience in planning and managing a comprehensive campaign.
  • Demonstrated organizational and leadership skills and the ability to successfully manage multi-functional or diverse areas.
  • Excellent communication skills both oral and written, horizontal and vertical and problem solving skills.
  • Computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office programs (i.e., Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint).
  • Knowledge of accounting principles as they relate to resource development
  • Proficient use of social media tools and strong database experience.
  • Must be self-motivated, creative, attentive to details and able to perform well in a fast-paced, multi-site workplace.

NOTE: Salary commensurate with experience. All candidates must pass post-offer/pre-employment requirements, including: Criminal Background Check, and Verification of Experience and Education.

To apply, email resume to

Office Clerk
Area Housing Authority of the County of Ventura
Newbury Park, CA Aug. 24, 2017 Learn more & apply

The Office Clerk provides agency-wide office assistance by performing general clerical tasks, and acts as primary backup for the Receptionist in a fast-paced office environment.
Must be bi-lingual in Spanish and English.

Pays $14.47 per hour plus excellent benefits.
10/40 workweek: Monday-Thursday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


  • Download an application from the website and return via fax to 805.480.9951 or via email to

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS – Representative Tasks:

  • Perform routine clerical tasks described in essential duties.
  • Effectively communicate with the public, via telephone and in person, concerning AHA
  • services / programs as well as with clients and staff regarding scheduled appointments.
  • Maintain an excellent record of on-time arrival and daily attendance.
  • Demonstrate inter-personal relationship skills in all conversations.
  • Ability to multi-task job responsibilities, including answering incoming calls, processing mail
  • and faxes while handling several situations at once with poise and confidence.
  • Accurately file documents in a timely manner, usually within 24 hours of receipt.
  • Generate basic documents, forms and correspondence utilizing the computer software.


  1. Pass a Physical Functional Assessment to establish the candidate’s ability to perform the various physical activities required for this position.
  2. Pass a drug screen and criminal background check.
  3. Show proof of eligibility to legally work in the United States.
Major Gift Officer
Ventura College Foundation
Ventura, CA Aug. 15, 2017 Sep. 30, 2017
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The Major and Planned Giving Officer is responsible for managing the major and planned giving program as part of the comprehensive development program for the College, building a solid donor base for both unrestricted and restricted needs (multi-year pledges and/or single gifts of $5,000-$50,000 per year). The Major and Planned Giving Officer is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major and planned gift donors and prospects for restricted and unrestricted needs in support of the Foundation’s mission (recent planned gifts range from $20,000-$500,000). Before inquiring further, please use link provided to view full job posting. Applications will be evaluated on a first come first served basis.