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.

Wake County, NC: Volunteer Manager

Posted on October 19, 2016

Interfaith Food Shuttle is seeking a Volunteer Manager.  The Volunteer Manager provides oversight and management of the volunteer program.  Critical to this role are the abilities to build strong partnerships both inside and outside IFFS and to recruit, place and retain a diverse and energized group of dedicated volunteer resources. Working with staff across the agency and a team of specialized program coordinators, the Volunteer Manager will work to expand the number of volunteer opportunities and ensure that vital IFFS operations are appropriately staffed in order to meet organization’s mission and goals.

Bachelor’s degree; course work or professional certification in related field preferred.

Demonstrated successful volunteer administration and/or relationship management with ability to handle multiple projects at once.

All inquiries should include a cover letter and resume and should be sent to Director of Human Resources

Application deadline: Open until filled

Durham, NC: School and Community LGBTQ Specialist

Posted on October 19, 2016

Shift NC is seeking a School and Community LGBTQ Specialist.  The Specialist will lead SHIFT NC in building and enhancing resources, materials, trainings, and technical assistance to create safe and supportive school (or similar) environments for LBGTQ youth and to help link young people to quality health care.  The approach is to equip schools and school-linked agencies with the knowledge, comfort, and skills to be a supportive resource for all students.  This is a full-time statewide position based in Durham, NC.

The Specialist will be expected to both implement pre-developed trainings and to be innovative – using evidence-informed strategies – when responding to identified needs and in coordination with

The Specialist will work closely with an internal team for content support and to implement trainings.  The Specialist will work closely with NC Department of Public Instruction/NC Healthy Schools to help support priority districts as part of grant funded efforts. The Specialist will be supervised and collaborate with the Chief Program Officer to accomplish tasks.

SHIFT NC is an equal opportunity employer and strives for diversity among its applicant pool as well as within its staff and board of directors. People of color, LGBTQ people, immigrants, women and people who are differently-abled are strongly encouraged to apply.

Inquiries should be sent to

Application deadline: Open until filled

Wake County, NC: Services Coordinator

Posted on October 19, 2016

The Center for Volunteer Caregiving is seeking a Services Coordinator.  The Services Coordinator plans, coordinates and administers all activities of the In-Home Connections program which includes  Friendly Visiting and Home Safety Services focused on helping clients remain safely at home with reduced social isolation.

Qualifications:  College degree in Social Work, Health/Human Services or related field. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Proficient computer skills including experience with MS Office Suite and database management.  Must have experience with older adults and adults with disabilities and knowledge of community resources. Previous experience in volunteer administration, a plus.

Inquiries should be sent to Susan Meador, Program Manager at

Application deadline: Open until filled

Raleigh, NC: Development Coordinator

Posted on October 19, 2016

Saint Saviour’s Center is seeking a part-time Development Coordinator with a minimum of 3 years of experience in fundraising and marketing communications for a faith-based outreach center.  This position supports multiple programs that assist low-income families and senior in Wake County, including a diaper bank, emergency food pantry and senior wellness program.

Inquiries and resumes should be sent to

Application deadline:  Open until filled


Boston, Massachusetts: Site Coordinator

Posted on October 17, 2016

Part Time Site Coordinator for the Boston Food Justice Young Adult Volunteer Program

In this position, an individual will interpret and carry out the vision and ministry of the YAV program locally and nationally. The individual will implement and promote the Boston Presbytery YAV program overall and serves as the point person and support for all volunteer, site, and program needs. As the program grows, there is the potential for this role to expand beyond the current part time (20 hours per week) position.

>>Complete Job Description

Inquiries should contact Mark Hellberg at


Durham, North Carolina: Clinical Director

Posted on October 7, 2016

Urban Ministries of Durham  has transitioned from simply meeting emergency needs of
food, clothing, and shelter for homeless clients to also supporting clients to end their homelessness
by obtaining housing and the resources and connections necessary to sustain independence.
UMD seeks to hire a full-time Clinical Director to 1) enhance an existing case management
program and 2) to develop new state-of-the-art support services for families, and (3) to oversee
tracking, analysis and reporting of program data and outcomes related to assisting homeless
individuals and families to be independent.

The Clinical Director will engage UMD’s strong partnerships with community agencies to provide
comprehensive case management and connect clients with permanent housing, medical and
mental healthcare, employment, education, veteran services, enrichment classes, social support
and other resources that support the goal of securing and maintaining permanent housing for
Durham individuals and families who are homeless.

>>Complete Job Description

Inquiries should contact

Application deadline: October 21, 2016


Decatur, Georgia: Graphic Design Specialist

Posted on September 1, 2016

The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship is hiring a Graphic Design Specialist at its Decatur headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. This creative person will be the senior designer for fellowship! magazine, an award-winning bi-monthly publication, and responsible for designing additional publications, producing artwork and serving as lead designer for diverse projects including marketing collateral, fundraising campaign and direct mail letters, visual presentations, website and e-newsletter graphics, flyers, brochures as well as other digital and print pieces. For a full job listing, visit Résumés and portfolios should be directed to

Inquiries should contact Doretha Bailey at

Application deadline: Position is open till filled.

Seattle, WA: Discipleship Extern, Adullam Church

Posted August 25, 2016

Adullam Church seeks a Discipleship Extern

We believe that one of the most magnificent pictures of what the church is supposed to be is embodied in the original Twelve disciples of Jesus.

They lived together for an intentional and intensive period of Kingdom lifestyle training. They grew together, were discipled together, were on mission together, sought the poor and needy together, challenged one another, shared meals with one another, and were ultimately sent by Jesus as a team to make more teams and communities of disciples…together. How beautiful is that?!

We are Adullam Church, and we are seeking disciples who desire to join a team that is committed to and passionate about knowing Jesus together, growing together, and going to plant churches and make disciples together all over Greater Seattle. You are someone who is hungry to live the mission and the lifestyle of Jesus and to do it with others who are in the trenches with you. You are excited at the thought of getting to be part of the beginnings of a church. You’re not the only insane one!

Adullam Church is a church plant in the Bothell/Mill Creek area.

We are seeking a discipleship extern who is passionate about growing as a disciple and learning the art of disciple-making. You will join a team of disciple-makers who are being trained to lead others into spiritual maturity, build community, and plant churches from the ground up.

WHO: Collegiate/Post-Grad Students who love Jesus and are highly coachable

You are a teachable disciple. We are not as much interested in your skills or expertise that would normally be more useful to a Sunday service-oriented church. We are far more interested in your character than your competencies; more excited about your humility than your knowledge; more impressed with your followship capacity than your leadership capabilities.

WHAT: Learn the Art & Science of Discipleship

WHERE: Seattle, WA


HOW: As with anything, true mastery comes not only through study, but a lot of hands-on practice. (Be prepared to make a lot of mistakes and to learn from them!) Between your coach (Pastor Bryan Staab), your team of peer disciples, and the people you will begin to disciple, you will enter into the joys and the struggles of what Jesus meant by making disciples!

Resumes should be sent to

Application Deadline: Position is open until filled.