Below you will find positions in non-profits and other resources for job openings in the non-profit sector. These listings are not screened prior to posting; please take care when inquiring.

Please contact employers before submitting application materials since the status of job openings can change rapidly.

Raleigh, NC: Project Manager for Certification and Mini-Grants Program

Posted November 16, 2015

Partners in Health and Wholeness is looking for a Project Manager for Certification and Mini-Grants Program.

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  • Hours: Full-time. The position is based in Raleigh.
  • Salary: $31,000, with benefits (health insurance after one month; retirement option after 3 months) Reports to: PHW Program Director

With nearly eight decades of progressive activism, the North Carolina Council of Churches remains the leading faith-based ecumenical voice for justice advocacy in North Carolina. We are particularly concerned about issues related to health care, immigration, farmworkers, care of creation, voting rights, food security, peace, and making all congregations healthier places. The Council embraces ethnic, racial, gender, and sexual diversity, while standing within the Christian faith.

Partners in Health and Wholeness (PHW) works with faith communities across the state helping them live healthier and more fulfilling lives. PHW provides faith communities with tools, resources, and support to enhance their capacity and readiness to address the health priorities of their congregation and surrounding community. To learn more about our certification and mini-grant programs please visit


  •  Administrative oversight for the Certification Programs and Mini-Grant Program. Specifically: disseminate information, oversee application process, solicit renewals, maintain databases, and organize files.
  • Organize, prioritize, and respond to electronic and regular mail correspondence.
  • Assist with program evaluations and reporting outcomes.
  • Cross-train to assist with other PHW programs as needed.
  • Maintain inventory of PHW resources for use by congregations and communities.
  • Assist PHW Director with scheduling and coordinating meetings and events
  • Assist with Council matters as time permits

Inquiries should contact

Application Deadline: November 30, 2015

Winston Salem, NC: Medicaid Expansion Project Coordinator

Posted November 16, 2015

Health Care for All NC (HCFANC) and the NC Council of Churches (NCCC) is looking for a Medicaid Expansion Project Coordinator.

Description: Working with HCFANC and the NCCC, the project coordinator will develop and deliver an educational program about Medicaid expansion for faith-based organizations across North Carolina. The project will focus on communities in Tier 1 (economically distressed) counties, where access to medical care is threatened by inadequate health insurance coverage. The project coordinator will also work with churches and other faith communities to pass HCFANC’s “Faith-Based Medicaid Expansion Resolution” and share it with the state’s elected leaders.
The successful applicant will need to present the health and economic benefits, and the possible costs, of Medicaid expansion to a lay audience, in the context of the Affordable Care Act. She or he will be able to explain complex public health information clearly while conveying the urgency of Medicaid Expansion as a social justice issue through a progressive faith lens.

Inquiries should email Human Resources at

Anticipated Start Date: January 1, 2016

Application Deadline: November 23, 2016


Winston Salem, NC: Overflow Shelter Monitor

Posted October 19, 2015

City With Dwellings, in affiliation with The Board of Cooperative Ministries, is seeking overnight shelter monitors to provide leadership and oversight of the nightly operation of the winter overflow shelter. Possibility of 24/36 hours per week.

To submit an application go to this address:

Contact Rev. Russ May at with any questions.

Application Deadline: Position is open until filled.

Winston Salem, NC: Manager of Donor Database and Development Operations

Posted October 19, 2015

Second Harvest Food Bank of NWNC, a HandsOn Supporting Partner, is looking for a new person to fill this full-time position. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree, preferably in math, accounting, or business and a minimum of 3-years’ experience in non-profit fundraising. High computer aptitude and proven analytic skills are a must. Experience with a donor database is preferred.

Inquiries should contact Kit Broadhurst at

Winston Salem, NC: Event & Development Coordinator

Posted October 19, 2015

Susan G. Komen Northwest NC seeks to fill the Event & Development Coordinator position. Responsibilities include management and coordination of NC Foothills Race for the Cure and other community fundraising events as well as assisting with development and cultivation of partners/sponsors.

Inquiries should contact Diana Parrish at

Application Deadline: November 16, 2015

Washington DC: Program Associate

Posted October 3, 2015

The Council on Foreign Relations is looking for a Program Associate for the Washington and Independent Task Force Programs.

The major responsibilities of this position will include (but are not limited to):

  • Providing general support for the work and activities of the Washington Program and Independent Task Force Program teams
  • Assisting team members with direct outreach to members of the U.S. Senate, House, executive branch, and foreign embassies—working to get CFR experts and publications before leading foreign policy decision-makers through briefings, roundtable meetings, and a variety of other fora
  • Assisting with the development, funding, meetings, writing and editing, marketing, distribution, and outreach for each Independent Task Force
  • Supporting the research, editing and publication process for Task Force scope papers and report drafts
  • Drafting internal and external correspondence and documents including weekly reports, board updates, and responses to general inquiries for the Washington and Independent Task Force Programs
  • Tracking international affairs developments
  • Coordinating logistics for a variety of meetings, including scheduling, arranging travel, drafting invitations, sending and monitoring event invitations, and making catering arrangements
  • Developing strategic distribution lists for CFR products
  • Administrative duties as directed


  • BA in International Relations or a related field with high academic achievement
  • One to two years of related experience, with some event planning experience preferred
  • Strong research skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills, including proofreading and editing ability
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail with the ability to multi-task
  • Ability to work both independently and on a team
  • Strong computer skills in MS Word, Excel, and database management
  • Ability to work flexible hours (many events are held over breakfast or in the evening)

Founded in 1921, the Council on Foreign Relations is a leading nonprofit membership organization, research center, and publisher, with headquarters in New York, an office in Washington, DC, and programs nationwide. It is dedicated to increasing America’s understanding of the world and contributing ideas to U.S. foreign policy. CFR’s 4,900+ members are leaders in international affairs and foreign policy. CFR also publishes Foreign Affairs, the preeminent journal on global issues, and provides up-to-date information about the world and U.S. foreign policy on its award-winning website,

Qualified candidates should email, fax, or mail a resume and cover letter to the Human Resources department at the above address. PLEASE INCLUDE THE POSITION NAME IN THE SUBJECT OF YOUR EMAIL. The Council on Foreign Relations is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks candidates from a diverse background.

Posted August 2015

Council on Foreign Relations
Human Resources Office
1777 F St. NW, Washington DC,20006
FAX +1 202.509.8490


Application Deadline: Position is open until filled.

New York: Assistant Director, Women and Foreign Policy Program

Posted October 3, 2015

The Council on Foreign Relations is looking for an Assistant Director in the Women and Foreign Policy Program.

CFR’s David Rockefeller Studies Program is one of the country’s largest foreign policy think tanks with a widely respected and influential research staff. The Studies Program aims to advance the discussion of American foreign policy and international affairs through its writing, publications, public outreach, and discussions.

The Assistant Director will work under the direction of the senior fellow and director of the Women and Foreign Policy (WFP) program on projects related to the program’s core areas: economic participation; girls’ education; and peace and security. The major responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Assist in development of regular WFP programming, including: identifying and securing speakers and presiders for meetings, workshops, and symposia related to core WFP program areas; preparing background materials; and executing events.
  • Assist director in overseeing digital content for the program’s blog, including selecting global trends and contemporary events related to WFP core areas for blog posts; researching and drafting content for the blog; and identifying relevant practitioners, academics, or policymakers, and soliciting their contributions.
  • Help lead and implement communication and marketing strategy, in particular leveraging social media applications such as Twitter, etc., as needed; edit the monthly WFP newsletter; and ensure WFP promotional materials and web presence are up to date.
  • Assist in managing relations and contact with the WFP Advisory Council.
  • Help manage grant applications and monitor deliverables as well as program budget, including preparing annual budgets; tracking monthly spending; monitoring grant information; and liaising across departments to coordinate budget.
  • Research specific areas for articles, book chapters, and other publications, as requested by the director.
  • Help elaborate and execute the program research agenda in each of WFP’s core areas and provide support for development of WFP initiatives.
  • Inquiries should contact the Council on Foreign Relations Human Resources Office at

Application Deadline: Position is open until filled.

Winston Salem, NC: Youth Program Educator

Posted September 16, 2015

The Center For Smart Financial Choices is looking for a Youth Program Educator.

The Youth Program Educator will schedule financial education programs for public and private schools, summer youth camps, colleges, non-profits and other youth service providers. This role involves maintaining excellent communication and relationships with youth service providers and volunteers; scheduling workshops and teaching students in grades 3-12 and young adults. The Youth Program Educator will work with The Center Director.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, teaching, counseling or related field. Bi-lingual preferred.

Position is part-time

Application Deadline: Position is open until filled.

Winston Salem, NC: Executive Director

Posted September 16, 2015

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation has many assets: its financial resources; the intellectual and social capital of its staff and Trustees; its history and reputation in North Carolina; and its values. The overarching job of the executive director is to strategically lead the Foundation, consistent with its values, in using those resources in ways that will provide the most benefit to the people of North Carolina.

Application Deadline: Position is open until filled.