Non-Profit

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.

Nashville, TN: Director of Programs

Posted March 21, 2017.

Renewal House seeks a highly qualified candidate to fill the role of Director of Programs. This individual is responsible for providing clinical and administrative support to ensure smooth operations of our family residential program, children’s program and intensive outpatient services.  Additional responsibilities include: program development and evaluation, compliance and quality assurance, data tracking and reporting. The Director of Programs is a member of the executive leadership team and reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer. If you are looking for a rewarding and challenging opportunity, this may be a good fit for you!

Education and Experience:

  • Communication skills and knowledge base normally associated with a master’s degree in Social Work. LCSW is required.
  • Extensive knowledge of substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders
  • Familiar with dialectical behavior therapy and trauma-informed care
  • 5 years of previous supervisory experience preferred
  • Proven track record of success managing people, programs and outcomes
  • Experience navigating electronic data bases

Preferences: 

  •  Strong network of community relationship
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to quickly navigate change in an ever changing environment
  • Extraordinary commitment and passion for working with addicted women and their children

To apply, send a cover letter and resume via e-mail to info@renewalhouse.org  or by fax to 615-255-4090. Please no phone calls.
PO Box 280356
Nashville, TN 37228

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Triangle Area, NC: Sustainability Assistant

The North Carolina Center for Nonprofit Organizations relies on the Sustainability team to generate revenue from corporate, foundation, and individual sources to provide financial resources necessary to support the mission and operations of the Center.  This position supports the Center’s Sustainability team with a focus on donor and data management, office administration, and meeting and event administration.  Position reports to the Director for Sustainability and is part-time, 30-hour per week and non-exempt.

 Skills and Qualifications 

• Experience and proficiency in database management; familiarity with Salesforce (the Center’s database program) a plus.

• Strong writing and proofing skills with a keen eye for accuracy.

• Proficient in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint).

• Strong Internet research abilities and familiarity with web-based business applications.

• Associate degree required; Bachelor’s degree preferred.

• Commitment to adaptability, problem solving, honesty, and teamwork. Self-motivated, initiator, ability to juggle multiple deadlines and work with limited supervision. Friendly, warm, enthusiastic, and flexible.

• Careful attention to detail.

• Prior experience with nonprofit organizations not required, but considered a plus.

Donor Management 

• Manage Corporate and Individual Sustainer renewals.

• Manage donor acknowledgement process and benefit fulfillment.

• Assist with preparing foundation and corporate proposals.

• Assist in acquiring new Sustainers, including proposal research.

Data Management 

• Maintain accurate Sustainer contribution records and lists.

• Do data entry to create and maintain prospect lists.

• Prepare fundraising reports for staff and Board.

• Prepare invitation lists for Sustainability events.

Office Administration 

• Prepare tailored information packets for meetings.

• Maintain and keep all resource development documents current.

• Make travel arrangements, coordinate meetings, and handle expense reports for Director for Sustainability.

• Provide general office duties for Sustainability team such as filing, photocopying, and mailings.

• Help with other office administration duties as needed.

Meeting and Event Administration

• Administer the annual VIP Reception and Advisory Council meetings, including venue and catering reservations, invitation lists, and responses.

To apply, send résumé and cover letter to Rob Maddrey, Director for Sustainability, rmaddrey@ncnonprofits.org.  Please put “Sustainability Assistant Application – Your Last Name” in subject line.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Northwest NC: Executive Director of Blue Ride Conservancy
Posted March 21, 2017.
The Blue Ridge Conservancy is a private, non-profit, non-governmental organization whose mission is to work with willing landowners and local communities to permanently protect land and water resources with agricultural, ecological, cultural, recreational, and scenic value in Northwest North Carolina.  Created through the merger in 2010 of the Blue Ridge Rural Land Trust and the High Country Conservancy, BRC has protected over 20,000 acres in Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Mitchell, Watauga, Wilkes and Yancey Counties.

In addition to protecting working farmland, BRC’s efforts have resulted in the creation of state natural areas like Beech Creek Bog, Bear Paw and Bullhead Mountain. BRC continues to help Elk Knob State Park and Grandfather Mountain State Park expand their borders, and led the way in establishing a 2,900-acre State Game Land preserve on Pond Mountain in Ashe County.  BRC partners with private landowners to voluntarily protect farmland and lands with scenic and ecological value, as well as with state, federal and private partners to expand the public’s access to land with significant recreational, cultural, and ecological value.  Currently, BRC is leading the Middle Fork Greenway project, a pedestrian and cycling trail along the headwaters of the Middle Fork of the New River connecting Boone and Blowing Rock, NC.

Role of the Executive Director
BRC seeks to fill the position of Executive Director, a full-time post that reports to the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees and is responsible for all operations of BRC, including the development and implementation of BRC’s Strategic Plan.  Working with a strong volunteer board and dedicated staff, the Executive Director helps shape the future of the organization, ensuring compliance with the standards and practices of The Land Trust Alliance (LTA).  Responsibilities include administration and coordination of all programs and activities of the organization including land protection, membership development, fundraising, community relations and financial management.

The ideal candidate is a strategic thinker with a passion for our mission and the vision to move us forward in impactful and varied ways.  He/she is community-oriented, understands and appreciates the culture of the High Country, and thrives in the role of public spokesperson for BRC in the region and beyond.  Further, the ideal candidate is supportive of staff, empowering them to excel while working alongside them, and has the relational skills to forge partnerships, resolve conflicts, and secure outside support for the organization.

Essential Duties and Functions

  • Fundraising/Development—Oversee BRC’s fundraising activities to maintain and expand diversified and sustainable financial support for the organization’s operations and conservation efforts, focusing on individual, corporate, private and public funding sources;
  • Community Outreach—Administer BRC’s multi-faceted community outreach/public relations program while building relationships, promoting the organization in the community, serving as primary spokesperson, and overseeing all outreach efforts;
  • Land Conservation and Stewardship—Oversee BRC’s program of voluntary land conservation which includes land acquisition, conservation easement protection and long-term stewardship of conserved properties.
  • Administration—Administer and direct overall organizational management functions including financial, legal, accreditation, staffing, board engagement, policies, and planning.

Required skills and competencies for the position include:

  • A four-year degree, preferably in related field such as natural resources management, non-profit administration, law, or real estate, plus at least three to five years of experience as a proven leader in land trust work or closely related conservation activity (preferred), real estate, or non-profit experience.
  • Ability to manage, motivate and direct staff and volunteers.
  • Track record in leading and enabling a team to achieve common goals.
  • Proven track record in fundraising and non-profit management.
  • Demonstrated success in negotiating land protection transactions.
  • Strong public speaking skills and ability to articulate BRC’s mission passionately and to a wide range of audiences.
  • Effective writing skills, including the ability to write grant applications.
  • Proficiency with computer applications and office systems.

To apply, send a cover letter, a resume, and a list of three references to searchservices@capdev.com. Additional inquiries may be directed to Jen Tozier at Capital Development Services, 336-747-0133 x 208.

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Chapel Hill, NC: Director of Volunteer Services

Posted March 21, 2017.

SECU Family House provides affordable housing, support and respite for family members and patients at UNC Hospitals. The 40-bedroom facility creates a comfortable, inviting, family-like environment to help families feel at home and foster a strong community. The Family House Volunteer Program is a critical part of the network of support for families in residence at SECU Family House.

We have immediate need of a Director of Volunteer Services to join our executive team.  The Director of Volunteer Services oversees all aspects of the volunteer program and is responsible for developing plans to expand the program during the capital campaign and building phase, and shall implement those plans after completion of the new building. He or she must be a consummate networker and communicator to initiate, develop, and maintain cooperative relationships with key constituencies.

Responsibilities include: Recruitment, coordination, and retention of an active volunteer base, developing job functions and job descriptions, interviewing and selecting volunteers, making job assignments and reassignments

To apply, submit cover letter and resume by email to the attention of:
Michele Flynn
Human Resources Administrator
SECU Family House at UNC Hospitals
123 Old Mason Farm Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
michele@secufamilyhouse.org

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Hamptonville, NC: Executive Director of Well of Mercy

Posted March 21, 2017

Well of Mercy is a ministry of the Sisters of Mercy which seeks to provide quiet sanctuary to individual adults seeking right relationship with self, others, God and creation. Well of Mercy seeks an Executive Director to lead the staff, work with the Well’s Board, and coordinate with the Sisters of Mercy to implement, uphold, sustain, and communicate its mission.  Ideal candidates should resonate with the values of Well of Mercy; possess a broad level of business acumen and financial and personnel management skills; have fundraising experience; and the ability to provide hospitality to a diverse array of guests, some of whom are in a state of significant personal need.

Applicants should provide a resume describing education, qualifications and experiences which qualify them for the position, a cover letter explaining the nature of their interest in leading this ministry, and contact information for three references.

To apply, send applications and cover letters to: DirectorApplicants@wellofmercy.org. (Inquiries to don@wellofmercy.org.)

Application Deadline: April 15, 2017.

Richmond, VA: Part-time Program Assistant

Posted March 7, 2017.

The Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities seeks a Part-Time Program Assistant. The Program Assistant works under the supervision of the Director of Programs to support the planning and implementation of the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities’ programs through logistics management, data entry, and general administrative tasks. This is a 20-hour per week position.

For full job description, requirements, and how to apply, see their website here.

Application Deadline: March 17, 2017.

Richmond, VA: Outreach Programs Coordinator

Posted March 7, 2017.

The Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities seeks an Outreach Programs Coordinator. The Outreach Programs Coordinator works under the supervision of the Director of Education to design, coordinate, deliver, and evaluate diversity and inclusion programs conducted for middle school, high school, college, and adult populations across Virginia.

For full job description, requirements, and how to apply, see their website here.

Application Deadline: March 17, 2017.

Atlanta, GA: Volunteer Manager

Posted March 2, 2017.

CHRIS 180, a nonprofit dedicated to youth and families who have suffered trauma, seeks a Volunteer Manager. The Volunteer Manager serves as a key leader and liaison with volunteers who want to get involved within various aspects of the CHRIS 180 organization. This includes company volunteer groups, individuals, small church or school groups, and more. This position is responsible for planning, providing direction, and executing all volunteer projects as well as collecting in kind donations.

For more information on position and on how to apply, see their website.

Application Deadline: March 12, 2017

Durham, NC: Gleaning Coordinator to Midland South Carolina

Posted March 2, 2017.

The Society of St. Andrew (SoSA) is seeking a part-time Gleaning Coordinator in the Midland South Carolina area. Society of St. Andrew is a non-profit hunger relief organization that works with farmers and packinghouses to rescue fresh fruits and vegetables that may otherwise end up as waste. With the help of our volunteers, we glean or salvage produce and distribute it to local feeding agencies.

The Gleaning Coordinator will further the mission of SoSA in a 14-county region surrounding Greenville/Spartanburg. This position is supported through the NC/SC Regional office in Durham and assumes responsibilities for various aspects of SoSA’s ministry in the local area to include:

• Maintaining relationships with current donor farmers, volunteer groups, and receiving agencies
• Recruiting farmers to allow gleaning of their produce and volunteers to participate in gleaning events
• Speaking to local groups and churches about the Gleaning Network and SoSA as needed
• Maintaining detailed records and reporting to the regional office on a regular basis

For more information on position and on how to apply, see their website.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Durham, NC: Gleaning Coordinator to Northeastern North Carolina

Posted March 2, 2017.

The Society of St. Andrew (SoSA) is seeking a part-time Gleaning Coordinator in the Northeastern North Carolina Area. Society of St. Andrew is a non-profit hunger relief organization that works with farmers and packinghouses to rescue fresh fruits and vegetables that may otherwise end up as waste. With the help of our volunteers, we glean or salvage produce and distribute it to local feeding agencies.

The Gleaning Coordinator will further the mission of SoSA in a 5-county region based around Rocky Mount. This position is supported through the NC Regional office in Durham and assumes responsibilities for various aspects of SoSA’s ministry in the local area to include:
• Maintaining relationships with current donor farmers, volunteer groups, and receiving agencies
• Recruiting farmers to allow gleaning of their produce and volunteers to participate in gleaning events
• Speaking to local groups and churches about the Gleaning Network and SoSA as needed
• Maintaining detailed records and reporting to the regional office on a regular basis

For more information on position and on how to apply, see their website.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Charlotte, NC: Regional Coordinator

Posted February 23, 2017.

Partners in Health and Wholeness is hiring a new regional coordinator to serve in the Charlotte area.PHW is an initiative of the Council working with faith communities across North Carolina to help people live healthier and more fulfilling lives.

For more information, visit their website here.

Application Deadline: Open until filled, but beginning consideration on March 9, 2017

Wilmington, NC: Regional Coordinator

Posted February 23, 2017.

Partners in Health and Wholeness is hiring a new regional coordinator to serve in the Wilmington area.PHW is an initiative of the Council working with faith communities across North Carolina to help people live healthier and more fulfilling lives.

For more information, visit their website here.

Application Deadline: Open until filled, but beginning consideration on March 9, 2017

Washington, DC: Communications Associate

Posted February 23, 2017.

Faith in Public Life seeks a talented Communications Associate to monitor the media, maintain press lists, pitch reporters, and contribute to FPL’s overall communications strategy. The Communications Associate reports to the Communications Director and will play an active role in creative programmatic development in this dynamic organization.

For specifics on the position, visit their website here.

To apply, Please send a resume, cover letter and 2 writing samples to hire@faithinpubliclife.org with COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE  in the subject line.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Washington, DC: Digital Campaigner

Posted February 23, 2017.

Faith in Public Life seeks a DC-based Digital Campaigner. As the Digital Campaigner, you’ll be constantly scanning the horizon for new opportunities to mobilize members, expand community, and build political power. The Digital Campaigner will support the Communications Director and other senior leadership. Alongside partners and allies, you’ll also develop and implement winning campaign plans.

For specifics on the position, visit their website here.

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter and writing sample to hire@faithinpubliclife.org with DIGITAL CAMPAIGNER in the subject line.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Cleveland, OH: Farm Manager

Posted February 21, 2017.

Bellwether Farm Camp, Retreat, and Education Center, a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio, will offer a model for sustainable living that promotes physical and spiritual wellness, fidelity to the environment, and social justice by incorporating farming, food production, and environmental stewardship into land-based educational programs for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Their 137-acre property in Wakeman, Ohio will support a residential summer camp program for up to 100 campers per session, retreats for individuals and groups up to 80 people, school field trips, classes, workshops, and seasonal community events. The Diocese is also partnering with various organizations in Northern Ohio to provide innovative programs that serve targeted populations, including economically disadvantaged children and families.

The project team is seeking candidates for the position of farm manager with an expected start date of April 1, 2017. For full job description, click here.

Application Deadline: March 1, 2017.

Winston-Salem, NC: Monitor for Center of Hope

Posted February 21, 2017.

The Salvation Army of Winston-Salem seeks a part-time monitor for their Center of Hope. This person will assist in the coordination, direction and supervision of residents in the family and single women’s shelters under the direction of the Director; Follow intake procedures for incoming residents to include explanation of rules, signing of consent forms, and completion of transient card; Assign rooms and distribute linens to incoming residents. 

To apply, visit their website here.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Winston-Salem, NC: Center of Hope Residential Program Director

Posted February 21, 2017.

The Salvation Army of Winston-Salem seeks a Director for the Center of Hope Program. The director plans, supervises, coordinates, directs, monitors and evaluates the day-to-day operations of the Center of Hope Residential Programs. Ensures compliance with established policies and procedures, contracts and statement of work; established and maintains effective working relationships with all Law Enforcement, Governmental and Program Officials and other Agency Representatives.  Plans, coordinates, directs, implements and evaluates the operations and procedures of all programs and services of The Center of Hope. Responsible for all clinical operations of the Shelter Program. Responsible for the coordination and implementation of the treatment functions as they relate to the success of the program’s objectives.  Administrator of the Shelter Program.  Oversee the operation of the RRC Bureau of Prisons program, assisting with clinical operations and implementation of the treatment functions as they relate to the success of the program’s objectives. 

To apply, visit their website here.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

New York, NY: Assistant Director, Outreach

Posted February 8, 2017.

The Council on Foreign Relations is seeking a new Assistant Director of Outreach. The goal of CFR’s Outreach Initiatives is to connect with leaders in a cross-section of American life, including religious leaders and scholars; students, teachers, professors, and higher education administrators; and civic and community leaders. The assistant director will primarily support CFR’s Religion and Foreign Policy Initiative, which provides a forum for congregational and lay leaders, religion scholars, and representatives of faith-based organizations to interact with CFR experts and discuss a broad range of international issues. In addition, the National Program & Outreach Department seeks to energize foreign policy discussions nationwide among CFR members and other community leaders.

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

  • Planning and logistics of Religion and Foreign Policy Initiative roundtables, conference calls, workshops, and conferences by drafting and sending event-related correspondence, tracking responses and participation, researching background materials, preparing meeting materials, drafting thank you notes, updating meeting records in organizational database, completing post-event reports, and participating in brainstorming for program topics
  • Cultivating strong relationships with new and existing Outreach constituents through regular email correspondence and calls, as well as periodic meetings and events
  • Using the organization’s database of contacts to analyze trends as well as to research target audiences and speakers
  • Coordinating traditional, online, and social media marketing of CFR materials and publications to Outreach constituents and tracking the results—this includes placing print and online ads and developing the online content for the dedicated Outreach Initiative webpages, monthly eNewsletters, and Twitter feeds
  • Overseeing tracking of Outreach activities in calendars, spreadsheets, and databases
  • Providing general project support to the department, including attending and working at National Program and Outreach events held outside of business hours.

>>>Complete Job Description

Qualified candidates should email 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.

Inquiries should contact Human Resources at humanresources@cfr.org

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

 

New York, NY: Vice President, Movement Leadership

Posted January 31, 2017.

Auburn Seminary is seeking a Vice President of Movement Leadership. The Vice President for Movement Leadership is a new position on the program team at Auburn and reports to the Dean. The primary roles of the Vice President are to build and strengthen relationships with faith-rooted leaders from key sectors of the multifaith movement for justice and to direct the Auburn Senior Fellows program. To effectively support and equip leaders of faith and moral courage who are engaging in justice work, Auburn needs to maintain relationships and networks with leaders across movements. The Vice President for Movement Leadership will develop and strengthen these relationships (in partnership with other Auburn colleagues) and by showing up at key gatherings, identifying sectors of movements Auburn is unknown in and proactively building relationships. The feedback and learning from these relationships will then shape Auburn’s program offerings (both leadership education and research). The Auburn Senior Fellows program, launched in 2014, has become an important community of faith leaders with the potential to catalyze movements. The program currently has 18 Senior Fellows and will likely grow to 22 Senior Fellows in 2017. The Vice President for Movement Leadership will take over the management of, and guide the future vision for, this program as well as directing it. Major aspects of running the program include overseeing the selection process for new Senior Fellows, maintaining close relationships with each Senior Fellow, managing the individual leadership support for each Fellow, sparking and supporting collaboration between Fellows, and leading the development of two Senior Fellow retreats a year (three nights each).

>>>Complete Job Description

Please email your thoughtful cover letter and resume to the attention of Justus Baird, Auburn’s Dean, at work@auburnseminary.org.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

 

New York, NY: Associate Dean

Posted January 31, 2017.

Auburn Seminary is seeking an Associate Dean. The Associate Dean is a new position on the Program Team at Auburn and reports to the Dean. The primary role of the Associate Dean is to take opportunities for educational programs as they emerge and deliver on them through relational work, project management and strategic thinking. Program opportunities emerge both through Auburn’s relationships with partners, donors and clients, and also through the proactive planning efforts of the Program Team. These programs and leadership development experiences generally take the form of a convening, training, consultation or cohort program. The Associate Dean works closely with Auburn team members, Auburn trainers and consultants and with faith-rooted justice leaders and their institutions. The production of quality programs at Auburn requires skilled project management, significant relational savvy, an entrepreneurial spirit and strategic thinking.

>>>Complete Job Description

Please email your thoughtful cover letter and resume to the attention of Justus Baird, Auburn’s Dean, at work@auburnseminary.org.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.