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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Facilities and Food Safety Assistant Supervisor
FOOD Share
Ventura, CA May. 17, 2019

Job Summary:
Oversee FOOD Share facilities to ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements.
Responsible for implementing FOOD Share’s food safety program. Manage relationships with outside
vendors to ensure performance and contract compliance.

Major Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Responsible for the safety and upkeep of all FOOD Share facilities, making repairs and/or
  • bidding out repairs to relevant contractors and service providers (e.g. pest control and HVAC)
  • Responsible for following FOOD Share’s food safety program, identifying food safety
  • deficiencies.
  • With the COO convene the Food Safety Committee in regularly scheduled meetings to monitor
  • the program’s progress.
  • Assist COO in preparation for bi-annual AIB audit
  • Complete AIB, ServSafe and other food safety coursework as assigned.
  • Document and follow-up on workplace accidents and safety violations.
  • Supervise daily work of the maintenance staff and assigned volunteers.
  • Manage chemicals and cleaning tools.
  • Make minor facility repairs (e.g. painting)
  • Prepare supplies and equipment for events; deliver as needed.
  • Order necessary supplies and tools.
  • May function as fill-in for warehouse, assist at events or provide staff as requested.
  • Maintain relevant logs and policies as required by SOPs and AIB.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or equivalent.
  • Valid California Drivers License and excellent driving record.
  • Forklift experience preferred.
  • Supervisory experience a plus.
  • Experience in proper cleaning and repair procedures.
  • Rev 2-15-19 SH
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds safely several times per day.
  • Ability to work independently and in a collaborative team environment.
  • Skilled in accurate record keeping and reporting.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the mission of FOOD Share.
  • Department Requirements:
  • All staff are required to be organized/ and efficient at prioritizing projects;
  • All staff need to have the ability to work with and manage volunteers to maximize efficiency.
  • All staff need to have exemplary customer service skills to communicate with all food bank
  • stakeholders.
  • All staff need to ensure food safety standards throughout the organization.

FOOD Share, Inc. embraces a philosophy that recognizes and values diversity. Our goal is to attract, develop, retain and promote a talented and diverse workforce in a culture where all employees will contribute to their fullest potential.

* * The above description reflects the general details considered necessary to describe the
principal functions and duties as required for the job and shall not be construed as a detailed
description or task list of all the work requirements that may be inherent in the job. Job description
is subject to change and additional responsibilities may be assigned depending on operational

Compensation: $18 per hour

To apply please send resume/cover letter to

Resident and Community Services Coordinator
Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation
Ventura, CA May. 17, 2019 Learn more & apply

The Resident Services Coordinator (RSC) position provides general information, referral, and linkages to community resources and coordinates educational workshops and community-building activities for residents of CEDC’s portfolio properties. This position requires a motivated and resourceful individual who is sensitive to residents' needs and has experience working with diverse, very low-income populations, including veterans, older adults, formerly homeless adults and families.
CEDC seeks a hands-on professional to assume a full time Resident Services Coordinator (RSC) position in Ventura County. The RSC will provide support to a diverse group of residents, will work with other staff to assist with outreach and special events, and will lend technical expertise to Property Managers. The RSC will work closely with Property Management and other CEDC departments. The RSC will focus on assisting residents to be successful in CEDC housing and in improving their economic stability. The RSC will provide information and referrals focused on housing success, crisis intervention, employment, education, and health and safety. The RSC will follow‐up on notices given to residents and work proactively to decrease the number of notices that result in evictions.
§ Experience working with low-income families, seniors, and special needs within the Housing environment
§ Familiarity with the resources available in the neighborhood and surrounding neighborhood of the work site
§ Prior experience measuring program impact and outcomes.
§ Experience in fund raising
§ Minimum of two years’ experience or a Bachelor’s degree in social work, sociology, or a related field

Senior Property Management Portfolio Manager
Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation
Ventura, CA May. 17, 2019 Learn more & apply

Reporting directly to the Director of Property Management, the Property Portfolio Supervisor will assist in the development and monitoring of company policies and procedures related to property management. Responsible for recruitment, training, development, and supervision of Resident Managers, and having a significant focus on ensuring that the physical asset and performance of CEDC properties are managed to the expectations of our investors. Please see full job description on our website.

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
FOOD Share
Oxnard, CA May. 7, 2019

Chief Financial Officer (CFO) 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.
Major Responsibilities and Duties:

Provide thoughtful, timely and accurate analysis of business results, appropriately challenging planned expenditures across the company and providing insightful comments on the prospective situation.
Establish annual operating plan, identifying and qualifying financial/operational risks and opportunities with the CEO, management team and BOD.
Provide strategic financial/accounting /financial and operational leadership on the overall operation and effectiveness of the organization.
Supervise Finance Staff and encourage their growth and development.
Ensure accurate and timely reconciliation of all bank accounts, general ledger accounts, and subsidiary ledgers.
Lead accounting, finance (including operational finance), budgeting, forecasting and projection work.
Implement financial planning tools and processes that can scale with the business.
Function as a strategic business partner and problem solver in strategic issues, capital projects and acquisitions.
Maintain 403b plan records, make remittance, and complete year-end reports.
Maintain fixed asset schedules and reconciliation to general ledger control accounts. Book monthly estimated and yearend reconciled depreciation.
Analyze and design key financial processes that lead to better operational decisions.
Optimize bank and deposit relationships and initiate appropriate strategies to enhance cash position.
Oversee day-to-day cash management.
Oversee the preparation of the annual budget/quarterly forecast development, monthly P&L, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow statements and system maintenance.
Audit preparation and reporting including review of annual corporate tax returns. Resolve accounting discrepancies and irregularities.
Prepare general journal entries.
Lead monthly financial reporting process for the Board of Directors including reporting Key Performance Indicators and the status of strategic initiatives.
Utilize volunteers wherever possible to accomplish the mission of FOOD Share. Train, help, and encourage them in their assigned tasks.
Ensure opening mail, checks, and cash are processed in dual custody by at least two unrelated persons.
Provide monthly financial reports and dashboard with variance explanations.
Ad hoc analysis and reporting as required.
Census reporting.
Provide information for and review preparation of the IRS 990 tax form for approval with management.
Perform other related duties as requested.

Job Qualifications:

  • Strong interpersonal, organizational and communication skills. Willingness to challenge conventional wisdom. A creative problem solver with an ability to guide the business to focus on what is important.
  • At least 5-8 years of progressive Finance experience.
  • 5 years fund accounting experience & knowledge of computer software.
  • Experience with GAAP requirements for nonprofit.
  • CPA preferred but not required.
  • Knowledge of insurance requirements is desirable.
  • Direct management experience required.
  • Non-profit experience preferred.
  • Strong analytical and organizations skills.
  • Must have a strong ethical character, good judgment and discretion; capable of handling confidential and financial information.
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects with attention to detail and accuracy while adhering to deadlines in a high-energy, fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to work effectively with other Food bank staff and volunteers and liaise with other Food bank and Feeding America financial staff.
  • Knowledge of economic principles.
  • Knowledge of auditing practices and principles.
  • Knowledge of applicable laws, codes and regulations.
  • Knowledge and experience of related computer applications.

Department Requirements:

  • All staff are required to be organized and efficient at prioritizing projects;
  • All staff needs to have the ability to work with volunteers to maximize efficiency.
  • All staff need to have exemplary customer service skills to communicate with all food bank stakeholders.

FOOD Share, Inc. embraces a philosophy that recognizes and values diversity. Our goal is to attract, develop, retain and promote a talented and diverse workforce in a culture where all employees will contribute to their fullest potential.

Cover letter and resume can be sent to

Program Coordinator
Women’s Economic Ventures
Santa Barbara May. 2, 2019

Women’s Economic Ventures (WEV) is seeking a full-time Program Coordinator based in its Santa Barbara office.

Position’s Purpose:

An organized and relatable individual who coordinates programs in order to offer WEV clients a broad continuum of business services. This position is an active member of the program team, focusing on enrollment and participating in collaborative planning processes to deliver impactful programs and services to WEV and its Women’s Business Center (WBC) clientele.

Primary Responsibilities: This list of duties and responsibilities is illustrative only of the tasks performed by this position, and is not all-inclusive.

Recruitment and Enrollment:

  • Facilitate one-hour program orientations throughout various locations the community
  • Ensure interested individuals are a good fit for program enrollment
  • Conduct enrollment appointments with interested clients
  • Processes, records and manages client payments

Program Coordination:

  • Provide high quality customer service to ensure positive client, volunteer and instructor experiences, and improve the experience of dissatisfied clients
  • Act as main contact for clients during entrepreneurial training
  • Support instructor through regular communication, assembling materials, weekly check-ins and collaboration to ensure classes run smoothly
  • Works with instructors and program team to ensure enrollment documents and attendance records are submitted in a timely manner to be data entered
  • Contributes to the planning and implementation of the annual class schedules, in coordination with clients, volunteers, and instructors
  • Update and edit Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to align with program development
  • Provides front line office reception and management as back-up or in absence of the Program/Development Assistant (telephones, walk-ins, mail, supplies, equipment)


  • Collaborates with Program Managers to implement overall marketing objectives and goals for WEV
  • Supports WEV’s marketing efforts by contributing content and attending networking and outreach events
  • Serves as a WEV ambassador in the community through active participation in community affairs; cultivates relationships and builds referral networks in WEV’s service areas

Volunteer Coordination:

  • Builds and maintains relationships with experts in the local business community to serve as volunteer speakers and consultants in classes
  • Recruit and schedule volunteers including guest speakers and consultants for training sessions
  • Provide follow-up and feedback after volunteers offer their services

Performance and Success Measures:

  • Success in supporting senior management
  • Professionalism and quality of work
  • Efficient and supportive interactions with clients
  • Accuracy of data entry and record management
  • Engagement with WEV’s mission

Required Skills & Qualifications:

  • Education: University degree or relevant work experience
  • A proactive, pro-solutions professional dedicated to WEV’s mission
  • Past experience that demonstrates the capacity to work in highly organized manner both individually and collaboratively
  • Ability to develop procedures that improve efficiency
  • Demonstrated skills in program outreach and client interaction
  • Excellent communication skills (including oral, written and presentation) to diverse audiences including staff, the public, WEV funders and WEV volunteers
  • Ability to travel for regional outreach and meetings as necessary (maximum distance between WEV offices)
  • Availability to adjust schedule to work regular evenings and weekends
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Personal, reliable auto transportation and current auto insurance


  • Bilingual with oral and written proficiency in English and Spanish
  • Interest in and exposure to small business development

Physical Demands:

  • Lift and carry up to 25 pounds without assistance
  • Sit at a computer, typing for 60-80% of the time


$17-$19/hour, depending on experience. Full benefits after 90-day introductory period including health, vision & dental insurance, Simple IRA match plan, vacation & sick days, life & disability insurance.

To apply:

Send an email with ‘Program Coordinator– Your Name’ in the subject line, along with resume and cover letter, to WEV’s Program Manager at In your cover letter, please describe any personal or professional experience with entrepreneurship, if applicable. No phone calls, please.

About WEV:

Women’s Economic Ventures (WEV) is a non-profit organization providing training, loans and consulting to entrepreneurs in Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties since 1991. WEV is an Equal Opportunity Employer. While WEV is a non-profit, it more closely resembles a start-up with an entrepreneurial environment. The successful candidate will need to be comfortable in a results-oriented culture, take ownership of their work, and exercise initiative and creativity to be successful.


Sr Manager - Program Services
Make-A-Wish® Tri-Counites
Camarillo, CA May. 2, 2019

Make-A-Wish® Tri-Counites has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, caring, organized, and mission focused leader to serve as our Sr. Manager - Program Services. This position is responsible for managing and growing the wish-granting program including but not limited to: granting wishes, managing the wish process and program, supervising volunteer program, managing medical outreach and community relations, administering program-related activities, and monitoring special situations.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Supervise and support program and volunteer staff.
  • Manage wish granting process utilizing Make-A-Wish® Performance Standards, local policies, and procedures, staying current with all MAW policies and resources related to program delivery.
  • Supervise and coordinate all aspects of wish delivery including but not limited to transportation, accommodations, services, medical approval, wish assist, and required forms.
  • Monitor progress of all wishes and ensure wishes proceed in a timely manner.
  • Communicate with health care professionals, volunteers and family members to ensure each wish proceeds in the best interest of the child.
  • Coordinate and deliver program and volunteer team meetings and trainings.
  • Solicit and maintain in-kind support for wishes in alignment with program goals and needs.
  • Develop and support the departments program strategy and goals.
  • Prepare and maintain all wish-related reporting.
  • Supervise and track program department annual budget.
  • Process all wish paperwork: invoices, volunteer/staff reimbursements, and expense reports.
  • Train new wish granting staff and new and established volunteers.
  • Collaborate and strategize with staff to increase wish granting capacity.
  • Deliver wish program presentations to the community to engage and further the mission.
  • Contribute to and produce chapter newsletter, donor and volunteer communications
  • Take after hours phone calls and act as 24-hour emergency liaison.
  • Identify and resolve program issues affecting wish children, their families, and the Foundation.
  • Other duties as assigned



  • Bachelor’s degree preferred in non-profit program administration and management.
  • Strong computer skills and data base familiarity including; Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe, Sales Force, and Raiser’s Edge.
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple responsibilities.
  • Ability to deal with sensitive information with a high level of trust and confidentiality.
  • Display professionalism, excellent customer service skills.
  • Demonstrated ability in clear and effective written and oral communication.
  • Ability to work with, encourage and support a diverse constituency including children, adults, business and community members, volunteers, board and staff.
  • Ability to respond to rapidly changing, unique or urgent situations.



Make-A-Wish® Tri-Counties is a 501c3 serving Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. The organizations mission is to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Since 1985 we have granted over 1,750 local wishes. Each year, over 140 children in the region are diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition, which makes them eligible for a wish and in 2018 we granted 85 wishes. Make-A-Wish® Tri-Counties is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Please send resume and cover letter to:

Trish Miller-Spherion Staffing

Oxnard 805-973-0950