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Arlington, Virginia

Real Estate Gift Manager, The Nature Conservancy

The Organization

The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working to make a positive impact around the world in more than 60 countries, all 50 United States, and your neighborhood.  Founded in 1951, the mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. One of our core values is our commitment to diversity; therefore we are committed to a globally diverse and culturally competent workforce. Visit to learn more.

Position Overview

Want to help save the planet?  Join one of the most successful and sophisticated gift planning programs in the country as a Real Estate Gift Manager on our Development team.  The Real Estate Gift Manager contributes to a comprehensive program to secure significant financial resources from individuals primarily through gifts of real estate. These generous outright gifts of real estate and real estate funded life income gifts enable us to continue the critical work to conserve lands and waters around the world for future generations. Annually, we raise approximately $200 million in deferred and complex gifts, including charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, gifts of real estate and donor advised funds. This opportunity is ideal for someone who is highly motivated, enjoys working with diverse constituencies and is interested in joining the world’s leading conservation organization.

TNC is seeking an energetic and dedicated professional to serve as the Real Estate Gift Manager in our worldwide headquarters in Arlington, VA. This position works closely with fundraising staff and will be directly responsible for managing and implementing a comprehensive program to raise funds through gifts of real estate. Our ideal candidate will work well in a fast-paced environment, have experience in negotiating and closing real estate gifts or transactions and demonstrated skills building and maintaining long-term relationships with constituents such as donors, clients and professional advisors. The Real Estate Gift Manager will have exceptional attention to detail and have a donor-centric approach, strong interest in working with donors and an interest in learning about our organization’s conservation priorities and gift planning.  Minimum qualifications include:  1) Bachelor’s degree and 8 years related experience, 2) experience building and maintaining long-term relationships with constituents such as major donors, clients and professionals advisors, 3) experience in negotiating and closing real estate gifts or transactions of $100,000 or more, 4) experience in managing and tracking multiple prospects, donors or clients and 5) experience working with diverse cross-functional teams.

How To Apply

This position will be based at our headquarters in Arlington, VA.  We offer a competitive salary with great benefits. For a complete position description and to apply, visit and search for Job ID #48166.  Deadline to apply and submit your cover letter and resume is no later than 11:59 pm (EST) on November 29, 2019.

Atlanta, GA 30303

Vice President of Development & Alumni Affairs, Georgia State University

The Organization

Georgia State University (GSU), a public research university in Atlanta, seeks a vice president for development and alumni affairs to lead the department’s operations to unprecedented levels of success and productivity.

Position Overview

The vice president will lead a large and complex fundraising and alumni affairs operation for GSU, the most comprehensive public institution in the Atlanta metropolitan area and largest in the state. GSU offers more than 250 undergraduate and graduate degree programs spread across 10 academic colleges with around 3,500 faculty members. The institution has an economic impact on the Atlanta economy of more than $2.5 billion annually. The vice president will inherit an operation that has made significant progress by finishing a $328 million comprehensive campaign on December 30, 2018.

Reporting to and working closely with President Mark Becker, the vice president will join an energized and ambitious leadership team. He or she will have the opportunity to play a principal role in advancing a university deeply committed to and engaged with the city of Atlanta and the state of Georgia. This is a university eager to continue moving ahead into a new era of excellence and prosperity. Accomplishing these ambitions will require a leader steeped in best practices and experienced at change management. The vice president will build and sustain strong and sincere interpersonal relationships both internally and externally. This person will demonstrate a track record of major and principal gift fundraising success, and will possess the leadership and managerial acumen necessary to galvanize a large and complex institution.

The vice president will have a collaborative approach to leadership as a hands-on leader in a development program of similar or greater complexity and scope. He or she will resonate with the particular mission and history of GSU, and demonstrate significant intellectual curiosity characterized by the ability to translate the work of the faculty and the college’s programs. It will be important for the new VP to have experience working directly with and managing the activities of the foundation board. The VP will have a superior strategic ability at the prospect, departmental and institutional level. He or she will have comfort with the capacity to leverage technology to support a robust and contemporary approach to outreach, and communication will be a particular advantage.

GSU seeks a vice president who will assess and mentor the team, raise it to a new level of quality and effectiveness, and continue to enhance its strong culture of collaboration and collegiality. Strong leadership skills are imperative as this organization responds to increasing expectations for philanthropy. Integration of best practices is expected to improve both results and performance within all areas of development on the GSU campus. The new vice president will have broad authority to shape and build a development program in the annual fund, corporate and foundation relations, major gifts and gift planning programs, endowment, capital campaigns, alumni and constituent relations efforts, stewardship and advancement services. The vice president will take leadership in preparing the institution for and carrying out the next comprehensive campaign. Additional information, including a Leadership Profile, can be found at

How To Apply

Inquiries, nominations and applications are invited. Confidential review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Nominations, expressions of interest, and applications (including a statement of application and a resume) should be submitted via email to Confidential inquiries and questions may be directed to the WittKieffer consultants supporting this search: Mercedes C. Vance and Kim Brettschneider at 630-575-6993.

Bethesda, MD

Associate, Finance and Foundation Operations, Intentional Philanthropy

The Organization

Intentional Philanthropy is a philanthropic advisory and management firm serving family foundations and independent foundations on grantmaking strategy, family foundation succession and foundation management. We help foundations define the change they want to see in the world, develop a strategy to accomplish that change, and vet and evaluate the nonprofits capable of bringing that vision to reality. We work with individuals and families at all stages of their philanthropic journey. We help those just starting out as well as those with years of practice.

We pride ourselves on providing right-sized solutions to our clients’ needs. Our work is high quality, yet our style remains down to earth and approachable. We value each other, our clients, and the dreams they have entrusted to us as their partners.

Position Overview

Intentional Philanthropy seeks a personable, motivated and highly organized individual to serve as an Associate, Finance and Foundation Operations supporting the firm’s Directors and foundation clients. We are a growing, entrepreneurial company providing grantmaking, administrative, foundation management, and consulting services to family and independent foundations. The Associate, Finance and Foundation Operations supports bookkeeping, foundation operations, and grants administration for the firm and a portfolio of foundations. This position is an exciting opportunity for someone wishing to work in a fast-paced environment and to learn more about the world of philanthropy, family foundations and accounting.
The finance team at Intentional Philanthropy provides operational excellence and integrity to the firm enabling client teams to support foundation boards in achieving greater community impact. Finance is responsible for improving internal systems, budgeting, expense tracking, grant payment and forecasting. Our culture is one of teamwork, and continuous learning and growth. The ideal person for this role is proactive, flexible, takes ownership of their work, has great attention to detail and a desire for excellence.
The Associate will partner closely with the Senior Director, Foundation Management and the Director of Finance, performing bookkeeping for several clients, participating in financial report creation and analysis, and supporting the firm’s overall accounting functions. This person will also lean into the operations of the business, taking on discrete responsibilities in partnership with the HR and Administrative teams. The Associate, Finance and Foundation Operations will have the unique opportunity to grow multilaterally across clients and help continue the success of the firm.

Finance and Accounting
•    Support creation of monthly and quarterly finance and management  reports for clients
•    Assist with ad hoc analysis and projects to drive business decisions
•    Receive and record payments into QuickBooks
•    Track and record receipts for credit card expenses and expense reimbursements
•    Record approved invoices, print and mail checks as needed
•    Ensure all expenses are properly backed up with supporting records i.e., invoices and receipts
•    Serve as primary contact for staff and vendors concerning accounts payable inquiries and issues
•    Identify and assist in implementation of process improvements with Director of Finance
•    Scan invoices to virtual team from incoming mail, print and mail checks on behalf of virtual team

Foundation Operations Support

•    Under the direction of a Foundation Manager, support board in the set-up and standardization of policies, insurance, accounting processes, etc.
•    Support one or more Directors in light grantmaking duties, including due diligence using grants software, review of applications and reports for completeness, and summarizing of key  information
•    Handle correspondence, telephone, and personal contact with trustees, applicants, and grantees regarding grantmaking guidelines and processes
•    Perform record keeping, data entry, filing, and general administrative duties
•    Stay current on philanthropy and nonprofit news, and share relevant articles with staff

Basic Candidate Requirements

Required Skills:
•    Strict attention to details and deadlines with a proactive work ethic
•    Ability to follow through on assigned projects
•    Highly organized with the ability to prioritize competing demands
•    Impeccable professional written and verbal communication skills
•    Proficiency in Excel
•    Bachelor’s Degree with accounting coursework and/or relevant experience in finance or accounting is a plus

Essential Candidate Qualities:
•    Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to work with and communicate effectively with all levels of staff and clients, as well as high ethical standards and integrity.
•    Comfortable managing multiple tasks and shifting priorities
•    Able to work in small office environment daily with other employees and clients in remote locations
•    Takes their work seriously but doesn’t take themselves too seriously
•    Actively pursues learning and self-development to enhance personal and professional growth
•    Motivated by checking items off a to do list, and enjoys submitting work before the due date
•    Enjoys the challenge of a learning curve, but never views routine tasks as a burden

Valued but Nonessential Skills and Experience:
•    Familiarity with QuickBooks Online
•    Experience in a professional services firm or philanthropy
•    Experience with database management, grants management software, etc.

How To Apply

Candidates must submit a resume and thoughtful cover letter outlining your relevant experience and specific interest to to be considered for this position. Please use this EXACT subject line: Associate, Finance and Foundation Operations.

Detroit, MI

Program Officer - Detroit, W.K. Kellogg Foundation

The Organization

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, a leading philanthropic institution helping communities create the conditions children need to thrive, is seeking nominations and applications for a Detroit-focused program officer for its Michigan Programs and Family Economic Security teams. In recent years, the foundation has sharpened its focus on improving conditions for vulnerable children, concentrating on three key factors of success and their intersections: education and learning; food, health and well-being; and family economic security. The foundation has made a generational commitment to grantmaking that advances the vision of a future in which every child thrives. WKKF partners closely with community stakeholders and policy makers to co-create a network of organizations working together to advance economic stability, racial equity, and community and civic engagement, while increasing access to quality education, healthy food, and medical care for children and families in need. This program officer will be dedicated to opening access to good jobs and affordable capital by leveraging and connecting related systems and infrastructures to improve employment equity in Detroit and southeast Michigan.

Position Overview

Reporting to Faye Nelson and Jonathan Njus, Directors of Michigan Programs and Family Economic Security respectively, the new Program Officer – Detroit will provide leadership and oversight for on-the-ground execution of program efforts that nurture opportunities for achieving positive systemic change that improves economic and financial outcomes for working families and children throughout the Detroit region. The ideal candidate for the role will have a master’s degree, or equivalent work experience, in fields related to Family Economic Security, as well as strong local, regional and national systems, policy and programming networks. The new program officer will have systems and programmatic expertise in a mix of economic development/job creation, workforce development/employer engagement, job quality, worker organizing, and enterprise development and capital access. S/he/they will have experience understanding the opportunities for individuals to generate income through a variety of pathways, including workforce and entrepreneurship, and demonstrated experience with partnership, program, and systems development reflecting both long-standing and emerging leaders, institutions and industries in the region. S/he/they will also have experience with programmatic, policy and systems change levers needed to expand income-generating opportunities for low-income families. S/he/they will have the capacity, skill and passion to assume leadership and management of a large body of work.

The program officer will screen and recommend grants for funding, conduct site visits, manage and monitor a portfolio of grant programs aligned with the strategic framework and collaborate within the Michigan Programs and Family Economic Security teams and across the foundation to develop a more interdisciplinary approach to grantmaking. The program officer will maintain strong, authentic relationships with grant seekers and grantees and act as a spokesperson for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, effectively communicating the foundation’s goal of partnering with communities to improve the well-being of children and their families. The program officer will work closely with stakeholders in Detroit as well as state-level partners to foster economic vitality and new investments for the city.

How To Apply

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation is conducting this search with assistance from Katherine Jacobs and Melinda Hull of the national search firm, NPAG. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications including your resume (in Word or PDF format) and a cover letter describing your interest, qualifications, and where you learned of the position should be sent to: In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and proudly values diversity. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Durham, NC

Assistant Director Development, Graduate School, Duke University Development

The Organization

Duke University is a private research university in Durham, North Carolina. Founded by Methodists and Quakers in the present-day town of Trinity in 1838, the school moved to Durham in 1892. In 1924, tobacco and electric power industrialist James Buchanan Duke established The Duke Endowment and the institution changed its name to honor his deceased father, Washington Duke.

Position Overview

The Assistant Development Director for The Graduate School will serve as a fundraiser for The Graduate School (TGS), including frontline fundraising at the major gift level, pipeline development, and coordinating Annual Fund efforts. This position will report to the Development Director for The Graduate School and collaborates on overall strategy, initiatives, and events

How To Apply

Please submit cover letter and resume to   Please put “Assistant Director, Graduate School” in the subject line.

Durham, North Carolina

Executive Director, Farmer Foodshare

The Organization

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Executive Director, Farmer Foodshare

LOCATED IN:  Durham, North Carolina


Farmer Foodshare approaches hunger from both sides of the problem – small farmers struggling to stay in business, and disadvantaged populations who lack access to fresh and nutritious food. This is what makes them unique! Since 2009, Farmer Foodshare has fostered cross-sector partnerships to build a local food system in which all members of our community can have access to healthy, nutritious food, and those who labor in agriculture can make a viable living.

Farmer Foodshare began as a grassroots effort at the Carrboro Farmers Market to address food waste and inequitable access to fresh, healthy food for all members of the community. Farmers, market shoppers, and those experiencing food insecurity alike began a produce donation program to collect food from shoppers and farmers for communities in need. This effort evolved into the Donation Station program, which now operates at 26 markets statewide and in 2018 contributed 51,445 pounds of fresh produce back into the community.

Over the past 10 years, Farmer Foodshare has expanded its impact. It now includes a Wholesale Market that provides local institutions a means to efficiently source produce from NC farmers that generated $636,000 in revenue for these growers in 2018; a Food Ambassador program that educates more than 8,000 students about fresh food and healthy eating habits; and Community Foodshare, which supports community organizations in creating sustainable strategies for sourcing local food. All efforts work to building a more sustainable and equitable local food system.

To learn more, visit Farmer Foodshare’s website at

Position Overview


The Executive Director is the senior leader, primary spokesperson, and advocate for Farmer Foodshare. The Executive Director leads the organization in developing the vision, infrastructure, funding, culture, and competencies necessary to sustain and scale Farmer Foodshare. The Executive Director will be called upon to fulfil the following key responsibilities:

Leadership and Strategy

  • Serve as the primary advocate, community builder, spokesperson, and administrator.
  • Work with the board, staff, and stakeholders to define the strategic course for the organization’s future.  Lead the organization to develop, implement, and assess strategy and business plans.
  • Articulate the vision in an inspiring way to internal and external constituencies.
  • Build a culture of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion that is echoed through the organization.
  • Engage in the local community, building relationships and partnerships that advance the mission.
  • Seek opportunities for growth, collaboration, and collective impact.

Program and Financial Oversight

  • Ensure high quality program delivery, evaluation, and reporting systems that promote effective utilization of personnel and financial resources.
  • Provide direction for expanding or modifying programs and services as it relates to the operational plan. Foster existing relationships and develop new partnerships to support the programs and services.
  • Ensure strong internal controls, fiscal responsibility, accountability, transparency, and efficient, accurate, and consistent financial operations and practices.
  • Develop and manage an annual budget for the Board’s review and approval.

Resource Development

  • Serve as the chief development officer for the organization.
  • Be responsible for the consistent flow of revenue to the organization, supporting programs and activities through diverse and multi-faceted income streams.
  • Cultivate positive and sustained relationships with local, state, and federal funders and foundations, corporations, and other major funding partners.
  • Develop and implement a plan to expand relationships and partnerships that will lead to sustainable, diversified funding streams and significant philanthropic investments.

Staff Empowerment

  • Build a positive work culture that supports a productive, diverse, and professional work environment.
  • Foster a culture of teamwork and accountability throughout the organization, developing staff members to their highest potential.
  • Develop organizational structure, job descriptions, assignments, and supervisory and evaluative procedures to effectively and efficiently achieve strategic goals. Hire, assign, supervise, delegate, evaluate, and terminate staff in accordance with organizational policies and applicable laws.
  • Work with staff to ensure a positive volunteer experience, maintaining focus on the engagement and retention of volunteers.

Board Development

  • Work in partnership with the Board of Directors to ensure proper governance.
  • Maintain regular communications with the Board of Directors and provide them with the necessary support, counsel, and information required for effective governance.
  • Ensure a quality process for supporting the Board and their involvement in fundraising, strategic planning, program delivery, and increasing overall visibility.
  • Identify, recruit, orient, retain, and celebrate Board members.  Ensure a quality process for building the board base and diversifying its membership to reflect the community served.


The new leader must demonstrate a firm commitment to and passion for Farmer Foodshare’s mission to reshape the disconnected food system by removing barriers to growing and accessing local food. In addition, the ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications:

  • Five or more years of experience in non-profit executive or senior management roles where organizational sustainability and growth were key parts of the position
  • Entrepreneurial approach with excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills
  • Vision to see Farmer Foodshare’s future potential and ability to think strategically and creatively
  • Understanding of food systems in North Carolina is encouraged
  • A track record of community building and maintaining relationships across many sectors that fosters a spirit of collaboration with social services agencies, agriculture, government officials, and/or community leaders
  • Ability to lead with confidence in addressing organizational opportunities and challenges
  • Demonstrable fundraising experience with success in building dynamic relationships with key stakeholders, business and foundation leaders, and others who can influence individual, corporate, foundation, and government giving; experience cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major gifts
  • History of demonstrating the sound judgment, administrative skill, and financial acumen necessary to oversee day-to-day operations, direct a professional staff, and manage a budget of at least $1 million
  • A bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college/university
  • Leadership experience in advocacy and public policy is an added benefit

The director should also possess the following soft-skill attributes that will aid in building relationships and being effective in the position:

  • Visionary
  • Strategic and analytical
  • Entrepreneurial spirit
  • Community builder
  • Authentic and honest
  • Passionate
  • Collaborative
  • Team builder

How To Apply


Armstrong McGuire & Associates, based in Raleigh, NC, is conducting this search in partnership with Farmer Foodshare’s Board of Directors. To apply, click on the link to the Executive Director – Farmer Foodshare position profile at You will see instructions for uploading a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and professional references.  In case of any technical problems, contact No phone calls, please, and no applications will be accepted by email or through third-party sites.

Farmer Foodshare actively seeks to broaden the diversity of its team and strongly encourages individuals from underrepresented groups to apply. Farmer Foodshare is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity integrating diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice in each step in the search process.

Hudson Valley, NY

Hudson Valley Program Officer, North Star Fund

The Organization

North Star Fund is a social justice fund that supports grassroots organizing led by communities of color building power in New York City and the Hudson Valley. We give grants to grassroots organizations through a process that shifts decision-making power towards communities fighting for justice. We organize people from North Star Fund is a social justice fund that supports grassroots organizing led by communities of color building power in New York City and the Hudson Valley. We give grants to grassroots organizations through a process that shifts decision-making power towards communities fighting for justice. We organize people from all backgrounds to mobilize resources towards social justice movements.

Through our Community Funding Committees, local organizers volunteer their time and expertise to help lead North Star Fund’s grantmaking and governance. From a modest committee of a few activists and a couple of staff members, our grantmaking has now grown to include three major priorities: organizing in New York City, Black-Led organizing, and most recently, organizing in Hudson Valley. Now with three years of grantmaking in Hudson Valley, the Hudson Valley Program Officer will continue and grow North Star Fund’s commitment to provide holistic support to emerging organizations building power in low-income communities and communities of color.

Position Overview

The Hudson Valley Program Officer will facilitate our activist-led grantmaking and capacity building programs in the Hudson Valley, as well as work with the full program team to design and facilitate trainings and grantmaking in New York City. The ideal candidate will be an experienced organizer and facilitator with a proven track record of managing logistics. This position will report to the Deputy Director and will work in the Hudson Valley three days a week and in New York City two days a week.

● Convene and support our Community Funding Committee in the Hudson Valley to make our grantmaking decisions through a transparent, activist-led process;
● Ensure legal and due diligence requirements are met, including collecting necessary documents from grantees, performing accurate data entry and keeping accurate files;
● Provide support that strengthens our grantees’ ability to do their work and connect to other resources, including designing and facilitating capacity building programs;
● Represent North Star Fund in philanthropic spaces and build relationships with other funders;
● Partner with resource mobilization and communications staff to amplify the tremendous impact our grantees have on the Hudson Valley’s political landscape, through blog posts, grant reports, presentations, and donor meetings;
● Work with program team to develop curriculum and facilitate grantmaking processes in NYC as needed.

● Solid understanding of progressive social justice issues, community organizing and grassroots activism in the Hudson Valley, and ability to communicate this effectively;
● Strong facilitation and program or curriculum design skills;
● Excellent administrative and organizational skills: able to meet deadlines, manage a project with many moving parts and sweat the details;
● Fundraising experience preferred;
● Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.

The salary range is $60,000 to $75,000, plus excellent benefits.

How To Apply

North Star Fund is firmly committed to equity and diversity and to the recruitment and retention of people from backgrounds traditionally excluded from philanthropy, including Black, Indigenous and people of color, women, LGBTQ, elders, and disabled people.

To apply: Send resume and cover letter to No calls please. Application close date: Open until filled.

Los Altos, CA

Program Operations Manager, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation

The Organization

About Organizational Effectiveness and Directed Grantmaking

The Organizational Effectiveness and Directed Grantmaking (OEDG) team operates five grantmaking funds at the Packard Foundation. Our Organizational Effectiveness (OE) program works together with the Foundation’s program areas focused on improving the lives of children, enabling the creative pursuit of science, advancing reproductive health and rights, conserving and restoring the earth’s natural systems, and supporting and strengthening our local communities. In partnership with these programs, OE invests in the core strengths of grantee leaders, organizations, and networks, helping to create more powerful fields and movements for social and environmental change. Our Directed Grantmaking program provides grantmaking support for four Foundation funds directed by the CEO and the Trustees of the Foundation.

Position Overview

Key Responsibilities
As the Program Operations Manager (POM), you will lead the operational aspects of the OEDG program. The overall OEDG team includes ten staff, one UC Berkeley program analyst, and several consultants. Reporting to the OEDG Director, you will help to ensure integration and synergy across OEDG operations, ensuring consistently high quality and timely deliverables with the highest level of customer service for our grantees and other partners. Your responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, the following:

Management and Strategic Leadership
– Hire, manage, coach, and develop members of the operations team
– Work closely with all members of the team to ensure effective working relationships
– Develop and oversee the operational aspects of OEDG grantmaking and other systems to ensure excellent communication and workflow
– Create and manage internal processes to facilitate learning and ensure team cohesion and coordination
– Participate in and/or lead special OEDG and Foundation-wide projects
– Design and facilitate OEDG staff meetings, retreats, and team-building activities
– Serve as a member of the Foundation’s Management Team

Administrative and Financial Leadership
– Oversee the ongoing processing of grants and grant reporting, ensuring that they are processed accurately, in a timely manner, and in accordance with all Foundation policies and procedures
– Oversee the operating and grants budgets, track spending, create financial models for various grantmaking scenarios, reconcile grant awards to grant payments, and manage the overall financial performance of OEDG
– Oversee the design and implementation of processes for the management of multi-stakeholder projects
– Manage the administration of contracts with consultants and vendors
– Maintain positive and productive relationships with a wide range of organizations and individuals, including both external partners and other internal departments
– Be administratively self-sufficient

To support and maintain philanthropic best practices, you will have the opportunity to develop a network within philanthropy and across the Foundation’s operations to learn and apply best practices within OEDG and the Foundation.

Ideal Candidate
As an ideal candidate, you are an effective operations-focused team leader and manager, with an ability to manage, coach, and support the development of others. You bring a track record of creating, managing, and adapting operational structures and systems for maximum performance in a grantmaking and/or operational context. You have experience in the design and facilitation of meetings and internal processes to achieve team objectives. You demonstrate professional maturity, with the ability to be versatile and diplomatic in working with colleagues of varied personalities and work styles. You also have a track record of being able to meet tight, sometimes simultaneous, deadlines with a keen ability to prioritize, adapt to changing needs, and partner with others to meet common goals

Inherent in all aspects of the Foundation is a commitment to creating an inclusive culture that values all backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. You are personally devoted to growing your own cultural competence and will actively participate in the Foundation’s efforts to integrate justice and equity into all facets of our work.

Benefits and Compensation
The Foundation offers an excellent benefits package and a salary commensurate with related work experience and education, including a discretionary 15% contribution to a retirement fund. The median of the salary range for this position is $126,000. The position is full-time and exempt.

The position is in Los Altos in Northern California within a beautiful certified net zero energy and LEED® Platinum building, which is a manifestation of our commitment to preserving the earth’s natural resources. We offer a broad selection of benefits to our staff that commute to Los Altos including Caltrain passes with shuttle service to and from the station and electric car charging stations. We also offer a small onsite gym.

Priority Application Review Date: November 27, 2019

Minimum Qualifications

Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and at least five years of related administrative or operations experience. Leadership experience in a people management role is required. Candidates must have a demonstrated ability to lead, motivate, and develop team members in alignment with organization values, mission, and goals.

Candidates should possess exceptional written and verbal communication, facilitation, and interpersonal skills. Impeccable integrity and ethics, along with a diplomatic approach to problem solving, are critical.

Experience in the nonprofit and philanthropic sector and direct experience in grantmaking processes, through a foundation and/or nonprofit perspective, is highly desirable.

How To Apply

Los Altos, CA

Communications Officer, Heising-Simons Foundation

The Organization

The Heising-Simons Foundation is a family foundation with offices in Los Altos and San Francisco. The Foundation works with its many partners to advance sustainable solutions in climate and clean energy, enable groundbreaking research in science, enhance the education of our youngest learners, and support human rights for all people. In 2018, the Foundation awarded more than $100 million. Since its first grant in 2007, the Foundation has awarded more than $500 million.

Position Overview

The Communications Officer works with the Communications team to advance Foundation and programmatic goals using strategic communications, as well participating in select strategic communications work for the Heising-Simons Action Fund, a sister 501(c)(4) organization to the Foundation.

The Communications team is currently composed of a Director of Communications and two Communications Officers. The Communications Officer’s work relates to:

a)     institutional communications on behalf of the Foundation as an organization;

b)     programmatic communications in which communications is used, in partnership with program colleagues, as a strategic tool to advance programmatic goals; and

c)     grantee-focused communications, in which the Communications team works with grantee partners to improve their own communications and communications capacity.

The Communications Officer is also responsible for drafting and editing content and messaging, understanding and working with 501(c)(4) organizations and communications, helping manage consultants, and serving as an active thought partner to the rest of the Communications team and the Foundations’ Program Officers.

The Communications Officer reports to the Director of Communications. This full-time (37.5 hours per week), exempt (salaried) position is based in our Los Altos office, with one day each week in our San Francisco, CA office.

Candidates are not expected to have experience in all areas listed in the job posting.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Proactively design communication strategies, including leading implementation and management of communication approaches and tactics for several program areas, with an understanding of determinants of impact and success.
  • Manage multiple communications projects and initiatives concurrently.
  • Provide critical thinking and communications support to advocacy work.
  • Serve as a thought partner to program officers and grantees, helping define communications goals, audiences, tactics, and message development.
  • Effectively lead teams and manage relationships with communications professionals including consultants and partners.
  • Contribute to, and edit, Foundation written materials that help achieve programmatic and organizational goals and that encourage transparency.
  • Ensure that the organization’s identity and values are reflected consistently.
  • Monitor news and information related to the Heising-Simons organizations, its program areas, and grantees.
  • Serve as a supportive, creative, and flexible team member.

Foundation-wide responsibilities

  • Participate in Foundation-wide committees; diversity, equity, and inclusion work; and internal culture-building.
  • Pursue ongoing professional development opportunities and participate in Foundation-wide training sessions.


  • Excellent analytic and critical thinking skills, with the ability to see the bigger picture and map a road towards completing goals.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to foster trust and build relationships.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to translate complex concepts into digestible language for multiple audiences.
  • Successful track record developing communication strategies and campaigns.
  • Experience with rapid response communications.
  • Non-profit and/or advocacy communications experience.
  • Relevant work experience as a communications officer or a related college degree.
  • Highly organized, creative, and flexible, with the ability to manage multiple projects, plan and prioritize work, and meet deadlines.
  • Intellectual curiosity, passion, and hunger to develop, learn, and try new things.
  • Track record of working with a high functioning team.
  • Technologically savvy, with proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications.
  • Sense of teamwork, community, humor, and integrity.
  • Interest and belief in the Foundation’s programmatic goals and values.

How To Apply

Compensation and Benefits

The target starting salary for this position is $115,000-125,000, depending on skills and experience.

We offer a comprehensive employee benefits package that includes employer-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees and dependents, long term disability, business travel, and life insurance, flexible spending accounts for medical and child care expenses, a 401(k) plan (with a matching contribution of up to 16%), commuting assistance, an employee assistance program (EAP), tuition reimbursement and a generous professional development budget, matching gifts, fitness reimbursements, fertility and adoption assistance, and identity theft protection. In addition, we allow some schedule flexibility and occasional telecommuting, with manager’s approval.

Paid time off includes:

  • Vacation Time – starting at 3 weeks per year
  • Sick Time – 12 days per year
  • Personal Time – 2 days per year
  • Family Medical Leave
  • Parental Leave
  • Holidays

To Apply

Our success is dependent on our ability to build teams that include people with different experiences who can challenge each other’s assumptions with new perspectives. We encourage people of color, from under-resourced communities, immigrants, LGBTQ+, and others with diverse perspectives and experiences to apply.

Please submit a letter of interest and your resume to:

Losa Altos, CA

General Counsel, Heising-Simons Foundation

The Organization

The Heising-Simons Foundation (the Foundation) is a family foundation with offices in Los Altos and San Francisco. The Foundation works with its many partners to advance sustainable solutions in climate and clean energy, enable groundbreaking research in science, enhance the education of our nation’s youngest learners, and support human rights for all people.

In 2018, the Foundation awarded more than $101 million. Since its first grant in 2007, the Foundation has awarded more than $450 million. To learn more about the Foundation’s grantmaking totals each year, and grants per program, please visit our Year at a Glance interactive infographic page.

About the Founders

Mark Heising and Liz Simons each grew up with a tradition of giving, learning about the importance of the communities that surrounded them, and of the value of philanthropy. They met at the University of California, Berkeley, in 1979. Liz earned her masters in education from Stanford University, became a Spanish-bilingual teacher, and founded Stretch to Kindergarten, a spring-summer early childhood education program. Mark earned his master’s in electrical engineering and computer sciences from the University of California, Berkeley, became a chip design engineer, and went on to hold six U.S. patents. In 2007, they established the Foundation, and were later joined on the board by their daughter, Caitlin Heising, who graduated from Brown University and is currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration at the London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) with a focus on social impact.

In 2016, Liz and Mark joined the Giving Pledge, publicly committing the majority of their wealth to philanthropic causes. You can read the letter they wrote about why they joined here.

Position Overview

The Foundation is seeking its first in-house counsel who will oversee the Foundation’s legal affairs and provide expertise and guidance for its strategy development, grant making, contracting, governance, and other areas. The General Counsel will also manage the legal strategy and activities for the Foundation’s sister 501(c)(4) organization.

The General Counsel will take a leadership role in building out the structure, policies, and processes of the organizations, partnering with senior leaders, operations, grants administration, and program staff to provide timely and comprehensive advice and training on risk management and an array of legal issues. This position provides a unique opportunity for a lawyer and creative thinker committed to the nonprofit sector to join, build out a legal function, and help lead a growing organization.

The ideal candidate will have expertise in nonprofit tax, campaign finance, and election issues and should be looking for a leadership opportunity to manage all legal issues within an innovative structure. Since the General Counsel is the sole member of our legal team, candidates must be “hands-on” and able to work independently.

The primary responsibilities of the General Counsel are to:

  • Provide legal counsel to the President and CEO, Chief Operating Officer and other senior leaders, operations staff, and communications and program teams on a range of legal issues.
  • Ensure systems are in place for complying with applicable federal, state, and local laws.
  • Provide training to staff on a range of nonprofit tax and political compliance areas.

This full-time, exempt position reports to the Chief Operating Officer and will work from the Foundation’s Los Altos, CA office.

Primary Responsibilities

Provide legal counsel and draft legal documents:

  • Advise on laws applicable to private foundations, public charities, and social welfare organizations, including IRS lobbying, state and local lobbying laws, ballot initiative regulations, self-dealing, ethics rules, and campaign intervention regulations.
  • Conduct legal research and analyze legal issues that affect the organizations and prepare findings, recommendations, templates, and plans to effectively advise the organization.
  • Serve as the primary legal advisor to the President and CEO and COO on all major legal issues. Help strategize on long-term enterprise risk management.
  • Review, negotiate, and draft a variety of contracts and other agreements, and partner with the COO to oversee the contract management function, including ensuring that contract processes are up-to-date and effective.
  • In coordination with the Grants Administration team, review complex grant agreements and reports, particularly around lobbying, expenditure responsibility, and campaign finance concerns, and facilitate the organizations’ grantmaking by advising staff on how to address and find solutions to questions that may arise concerning legal aspects of grantmaking and find solutions.
  • Partner with program teams as they develop programmatic strategies to provide legal guidance that allows program staff to maximize their impact.
  • Review reports, press releases, articles, and other public communications from the organizations to advise the Communications staff and others on all applicable legal issues.
  • Manage the organization’s trademark portfolio and advise the Communications staff on issues related to intellectual property, including licensing of images and other content.
  • Manage legal budget, including managing relationships with a variety of outside counsel on tax, political law, intellectual property, corporate governance, real estate, and human resources issues.
  • Serve as a thought partner to the COO and Director of Human Resources on employment and benefits administration issues.
  • Partner with other operations team members to regularly update and improve standard templates, such as grant agreements, contract templates, offer letters, etc.
  • Assist the Finance team with the preparation and review of tax returns.

Create effective systems for legal compliance:

  • Create staff-friendly policies, procedures, and systems for legal compliance issues.
  • Advise the Finance Team on the Foundation’s shared services policies and its systems to track reportable activities and expenses.
  • Partner with outside counsel to file all required federal, state, and local disclosures related to lobbying, campaign finance, and other related issues.
  • Oversee the management of Board and staff Conflicts of Interest policies.
  • Maintain a system for tracking all corporate governance documents and work with outside counsel to file relevant updates.

Provide training to staff:

  • Provide or manage training to program teams and others as needed on grant terms and structuring conflicts of interest, federal, state, and lobbying rules and disclosures, campaign finance, and other topics as appropriate.
  • Draft guides and other materials for staff covering a variety of compliance areas.

How To Apply

The Foundation’s success is dependent on its ability to build teams that include people with different experiences who can challenge each other’s assumptions with new perspectives. We encourage people of color, from under-resourced communities, immigrants, LGBTQ+, and others with diverse perspectives and experiences to apply.

Interested, qualified attorneys should submit an electronic copy of their letter of interest and their resume to the following search consultants:

Steve John

Founder & Principal

Steven John & Associates, LLC

(415) 505-6685

Jason Snyder

Managing Director

Steven John & Associates, LLC

(415) 505-6687

All inquiries and/or application materials sent directly to the Foundation will be redirected to Steven John & Associates, LLC for review, which may cause significant delay in evaluation and response.

On behalf of the Heising-Simons Foundation, we thank you for your interest in the General Counsel opportunity.

New York City

Communications Intern, Wellspring Philanthropic Fund

The Organization

About Wellspring Philanthropic Fund

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund is a private grantmaking foundation with offices in New York, NY and Washington, DC. Wellspring is dedicated to advancing the realization of human rights and social and economic justice for all people. Our work is rooted in respect for the dignity and worth of every human being and is informed by the following beliefs:

•     Social institutions and structures should promote the full realization of human rights and human potential and should be accountable to these ends.

•     The rights of all people are advanced when the rights of the most marginalized and vulnerable peoples are protected.

•     Social justice movements should employ means that are consistent with their ideals and should give agency to the people whose interests they seek to advance.

•     As responsible stewards, we must strive to maximize the impact of our charitable investments.

As a private foundation, Wellspring’s key functions are to conduct research and education tailored to our mission; manage a grantmaking portfolio of various programs, administer grants and monitoring grantee performance; and work to promote the effectiveness of programs that receive donor funding.

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund believes we are strengthened by the diversity of our staff, and welcomes such diversity including race, gender identity or expression, educational attainment, disability, veteran status, and personal experience with the criminal justice system.  We welcome applications from people of all cultures, backgrounds, and experiences, and we strongly encourage people of color and persons with disabilities to apply. We actively cultivate an institutional culture that reflects the values of respect, equity and inclusion that we seek through our work to amplify in the larger world.

Wellspring hires, promotes and retains employees based on their professional qualifications, demonstrated abilities and work performance, as well as on the degree to which these qualities are required in the employment positions made available by the Foundation’s service needs and business requirements.  All personnel decisions, including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, compensation, assignment, training, promotion, discipline and discharge, are made without discrimination based on any protected characteristic as defined by law (e.g., race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, disability, gender identity or expression, sex, sexual orientation, marital or familial status, domestic partner status, veteran or military status, genetic predisposition or carrier status, and prior criminal convictions, as well as educational attainment.

Position Overview

Job Summary

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund (WPF) seeks a communications intern to assist with various tasks and projects related to internal and external communications. The Communications Intern will report to and work under the direction of, and in close collaboration with, the Director of Communications.

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund Internship Program is intended to provide significant practical training and experience in the areas of philanthropy, social justice and human rights. The internship offers an opportunity to become an integral member of an operations team supporting programmatic and grantmaking activities in human rights and social justice. Wellspring Philanthropic Fund will provide opportunities for learning and exposure to the operations side of philanthropy.

Communications at Wellspring

WPF’s newly established communications department is responsible for setting the strategy and direction for all internal and external communications that support the executive leadership and grantmaking program staff This is an opportunity to be involved with helping to develop a communications unit.  Communications work includes, but is not limited to, drafting program grantee and donor communications materials (e.g., newsletters, emails, etc.), developing talking points and messaging, style guides and communications protocols, conducting message training, communications plans and monitoring social media.


Responsibilities for the communications intern may include the following:

•     Help draft press materials and internal documents.

•     Assist with planning and preparing talking points and presentation materials as needed.

•     Support event logistics and planning.

•     Monitor the internet and social media channels for positive and negative stories about WPF.

•     Help develop internal editorial style guide for consistency.

•     Ensure quality and consistent style and branding of content in print and on the website with strong copyediting and proofreading.

•     Gather information and produce communications-related projects as assigned by the Director of

Communications and in support of programs and executive team.

•     Help develop internal communications strategy.

•     Help plan and organize meetings and conference calls as needed.

•     Perform administrative tasks as requested (e.g., notetaking, file organizing).


•     Undergraduate or graduate students pursuing a relevant field preferred (e.g., journalism, communications, marketing)

•     One or two years of communications/journalism experience in a professional office environment preferred

•     Keen attention to detail and strong organizational and project management skills

•     Excellent English-language written and verbal communication skills

•     Understanding of AP Stylebook and/or Chicago Manual of Style

•     Proven ability to carry out a project

•     Ability to handle confidential information with complete discretion

•     High level of comfort with MS Office Suite programs and knowledge of Adobe Creative suite

•     Familiarity with, and commitment to, human rights and social justice issues.

•     Understands and values social justice — including racial and gender equity as an organizational operating principle — and is committed to continued learning on issues related to race, gender, equity, diversity and inclusion.

•     An unlimited desire and excitement to learn

The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position. The team member may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

Compensation and Benefits

•     Hourly position ($18/hour)

•     Flexible time schedule

•     Develop and strengthen personal and professional skills in a workplace committed to the advancement of human rights.

•     Acquire deeper understanding of the role philanthropic organizations play in promoting and advancing social justice and human rights

•     Participate in weekly lunch series featuring Wellspring staff and expert outside speakers;

•     opportunities to network with leading foundation staff through meetings, affinity group conferences, and events with other interns.

How To Apply

Applications should demonstrate strong writing ability and communication skills.

ü   Send an e-mail to with “Winter 2020 Intern, Communications” in the subject line, and attach the following documents:

o  A cover letter outlining your interest in this role and your expected weekly availability January- April;

o  A resume that includes contact information for one academic or professional reference

o  One writing sample of no more than three (3) pages (e.g., academic work, essay, news article,

brief research paper)

ü   This paid internship is part-time (10-35 hours/week), located in our Times Square office in New York

City, and is expected to run from January-April, with the possibility for an extension.

ü   Offer will be contingent upon a background check.

ü   No phone calls, please.

NOTE: At this time our preference is that applicants have work authorization to work in the United

States. If you need sponsorship, please let us know in your cover letter. Complete applications must be received by November 15th, 2019.

New York, NY

Donor Organizer, North Star Fund

The Organization

North Star Fund is a social justice fund that supports grassroots organizing led by communities of color building power in New York City and the Hudson Valley. We give grants through a process that shifts decision-making power towards communities fighting for justice. We also work with people from all backgrounds to mobilize resources in support of grassroots movements.

Position Overview

We’re hiring a Donor Organizer to support and lead programs that widen our network of people committed to transformative action through giving. The Donor Organizer will report to our Donor Program Director. This is not a fundraising position, but a role in building a cross-class, multi-racial movement of people moving resources to grassroots organizations. The Donor Organizer will be responsible for strengthening our network while amplifying the North Star Fund model of grantmaking led by community organizers in support of work that centers systems change, and not band-aid solutions. Other key responsibilities also include:
● Developing curriculum, coordinating and co-facilitating our annual Giving Project, a six-month cohort of people from different backgrounds who come together to build grassroots fundraising and grantmaking skills;
● Recruiting Giving Project participants with attention to building groups that are cross-race, cross-class, and intergenerational;
● Creating and implementing public programs that generate excitement about grassroots organizing in New York City and the Hudson Valley;
● Developing and leading workshops aligned with North Star Fund’s mission around how to be a stronger ally through one’s giving, including social justice oriented strategies for planning gifts and vehicles like donor-advised funds;
● Providing project management, administrative and facilitation support for our NextGen Family Foundation Collaborative , a training cohort for emerging trustees and coordinators of family-based giving that focuses on strengthening leadership and social justice giving;
● Providing one-on-one coaching on giving and resource mobilization with Giving Project and Collaborative participants, as well as donors in the North Star Fund network;
● Building new relationships with individuals and groups through special initiatives;
● Strengthening and expanding partnerships with donor organizing and resource mobilization networks throughout the US; and
● Working in coordination with North Star Fund’s resource mobilization and grantmaking teams in creating and implementing programs designed to advance our mission.

Skills and Experience
● Demonstrated ability to quickly connect, build trust and develop authentic relationships with people from a variety of backgrounds;
● Strong facilitation skills, experience working with groups and designing curriculum for group processes;
● Strong active listening skills;
● Highly organized, with strong project management skills;
● Strong attention to detail; and
● Demonstrated committed to social justice, progressive social change, and the core values of North Star Fund.

The full-time position will be based in our New York City office and will include evening and weekend meetings as part of our public programming. North Star Fund is firmly committed to equity and diversity and to the recruitment and retention of people from backgrounds traditionally excluded from philanthropy, including Black, Indigenous and people of color, women, LGBTQ, elders, and disabled people.

The salary range is $60,000-$75,000 plus excellent benefits.

How To Apply

To apply: Send resume and cover letter to with subject line: Donor Organizer. No calls please. Application close date: Open until filled.

Sacramento, CA

Director of Impact & Strategic Partnerships, Sacramento Region Community Foundation

The Organization

Through focused leadership and advocacy that inspire partnerships and expand giving.  As the trusted steward of charitable assets, a community catalyst for meaningful change, and the advocate for shaping vital impact through philanthropy, we provide leadership and work with others to produce a thriving community exemplified by opportunities for all to:

  • Reside and work in a vibrant economy
  • Benefit from a strong nonprofit sector
  • Flourish through the strength of our diversity
  • Live with a sense of dignity and self-worth

In 2015, the Foundation launched four Strategic Initiatives (SIs), and since then its Impact Department has seen fast growth in its strategic community engagement efforts, leveraging other impact and philanthropic opportunities for the Foundation. The four SIs are: 1) Expanding Philanthropy in the Social Economy; 2) Connecting the Regional Food Economy; 3) Preparing Students to Succeed in the New Economy and 4) Transforming the Creative Economy. In partnership with the Foundation’s many donors, grantees, community partners, and Foundation board and staff, the Impact team ensures that the Foundation’s overall impact area goals and objectives are achieved according to national compliance standards.

Position Overview

This work is guided by the Chief Impact & Strategy Officer together with the Impact Department to advance the Foundation’s four-county region (El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo) through its general grantmaking, programs, and Strategic Initiatives. As a key member of the Impact team, the Director of Impact & Strategic Partnerships will serve as a dynamic, engaged contributor working to develop and implement new approaches to promote and lead the Foundation’s Expanding Philanthropy and Social Economy and Connecting the Regional Food Economy initiatives. As either team lead or collaborating staff member, the Director will be responsible for the development and management of several primary impact areas:

  1. Curating programmatic content and evaluating and administering a portfolio of grants for assigned SIs;
  2. Engaging in the community by serving as a Foundation representative for grantee or other impact-related events or opportunities;
  3. Working with Foundation fundholders, as necessary, to guide them in their grantmaking to impact areas; and
  4. Other special program or administrative duties as needed.

Capacity-building is a core issue that supports all of the Foundation’s SIs. Embracing an entrepreneurial spirit and approach, the Director of Impact & Strategic Partnerships will lead the Foundation’s efforts to build the capacity of the capital region’s social sector by cultivating knowledge of trends in philanthropy, the nonprofit sector, and developments in the SIs and incorporating this knowledge within and outside the Foundation. The Director will help build and strengthen capacity building metrics and serve as a thought partner to grantees and community partners, with an eye toward helping create a pathway for the Foundation to make impactful and strategic grants, emphasizing the importance of unrestricted funding.

The ideal candidate has a record of strong community engagement, grounded in equity and inclusion, and focused on how diverse perspectives and opportunities for participation from all communities—especially those disproportionately underrepresented—lead to improved outcomes. Familiarity with philanthropic approaches, requirements and processes, nonprofits and/or grantmaking experience is required. The successful candidate has a demonstrated capacity to think strategically, take initiative, and execute strategies, as well as the ability to define program objectives, evaluate progress, and manage budgets and complex projects in a deadline-driven and high-achieving environment.

Please see the full description at

How To Apply

Please see the full description at

The Sacramento Region Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. Position will be open until filled. Interested applicants are requested to submit cover letter and resume to:

Troy, MI

Managing Director, Health, The Kresge Foundation

The Organization

The Kresge Foundation was founded in 1924 to promote human progress. Today, Kresge fulfills that mission by leveraging a full array of grant, loan and other investment tools to scale innovative, collaborative, cross-sector and multidisciplinary approaches to foster economic and social change. Kresge does this through Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Health, Detroit and Human Services programs, in partnership with the American Cities Practice and Social Investment Practice, while working collectively to expand opportunities for people with low incomes in America’s cities.

Position Overview

Building on a strong track record of innovation in health, the Foundation now seeks nominations and applications for a Managing Director to provide vision and leadership to its Health Program.

The Health Program works across sectors to influence institutions, advance policies and practice, elevate community priorities, and develop leaders with the ability to transform systems – all with an eye to achieving health equity for people with low incomes in America’s cities. It partners with communities to address upstream factors of health such as safe and stable housing, fresh food, clean air, and community centered health care. Heading into the fourth quarter of 2019, the Health Program provided more than $16.4 million in grants to 46 organizations with a focus integrating of health and human services, institutional investments in community health, and community-driven solutions to improve well-being.

The new Managing Director will lead a strategically aligned, cross-programmatic vision and strategy for grantmaking and social investing for the Health Program; collaborate with other program areas to identify and leverage collaborative grantmaking opportunities that address complex multi-dimensional challenges facing communities; manage and support the development of the Health Program team; and represent Kresge and cultivate relationships with external partners, grantees, and other foundations.

Ideal candidates will possess a deep and demonstrated commitment to building equity-focused systems of health that create opportunities for all people to flourish and achieve health and well-being. He/she/they will have a sophisticated understanding of the role that philanthropy can play in supporting and advancing health through community partnerships and systems change to address inequities and familiarity with the unique landscape and diversity of cities and the factors that impact health. Additionally, he/she/they will be a seasoned leader with at least 10 years of experience leading programs or initiatives in a field relevant to philanthropy, community development, public and population health, health equity, health systems, or a related field. The Managing Director will be an experienced team leader and manager with the ability to move and manage people toward a shared vision, and proven ability to establish communication and management structures that support team effectiveness. A bachelor’s degree is required; a master’s or terminal degree in a related field is preferred. This is an exciting opportunity to lead a highly regarded portfolio in a creative and innovative environment with the goal of improving health in America’s cities.

How To Apply

The Kresge Foundation is partnering with Katherine Jacobs, Carolyn Ho, Cara Pearsall, and Catherine Seneviratne of NPAG. For more information and to apply:

Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position should be sent to: We encourage applications to be submitted by January 6, 2019.

Virtual, US-based

Manager, Philanthropic Partnerships & Strategy, Health Care Without Harm

The Organization

Organizational Overview

Are you passionate about strategic philanthropy and its ability to create real-world change? Are you interested in the link between health, the environment, social justice, and equity? Do you enjoy working with a talented, kind, and passionate team? Are you an exceptional communicator, both verbally and through written mediums? Do you appreciate the flexibility to manage your own schedule and work from home or anywhere that suits you? If yes, this role could be the perfect fit for you.

Health Care Without Harm is an environmental health organization that uses data, advocacy, and local and targeted partnerships to protect individual, public, and planetary health. For more than two decades, we have worked with the health care sector to address the health impacts of climate change as well as build resilient, thriving communities around the world. With offices on three continents and partners around the world, Health Care Without Harm is a leading advocate for environmental health and justice. We are a dedicated team of health and environmental experts, policy specialists, organizers, researchers, communicators, and professionals working on today’s biggest challenges. We are a creative, kind, and passionate team who knows that we are better collectively than we are individually.

Position Overview

Primary Objectives

  • Manage a targeted portfolio of major and principal gift level donor relationships.
  • Oversee the donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of relationships including the research and materials needed to accomplish these goals.
  • Work with senior program staff to engage in donor cultivation and solicitation.

Essential Functions

  • Active Development Portfolio Work (70%)

Proactively build and manage a dynamic portfolio of 50+ principal and major gift donors and prospects, including the cultivation and solicitation of their philanthropic support for HCHW;

Direct innovative, high-level fundraising efforts that enable the organization to raise complex  gifts across the organization’s program and geographic areas;

Oversee critical stewardship activity as needed, including inclusion in events, mailings, and the completion of reports  and donor communication materials as needed;

Arrange for strategic interactions of the portfolio donors with leadership, external partners, and key program staff;

Write and/or coordinate the writing and development of proposals, budgets, gift agreements, grant reports, project updates and thank you letters to cultivate, secure and steward contributions; and

Participate fully in HCWH’s Salesforce donor CRM system.

  • Strategy and Goal Setting (20%)

Participate in and provide strategic thinking around HCWH’s donor strategy, pipeline analytics, and fundraising objectives – all of which inform annual goal setting; and

Participate in quarterly and annual budget review and planning to assess whether the team is on track towards meeting its fundraising goals.

  • Preparation of materials, research, and other general duties as needed (10%)

Qualifications and Competencies

  • At least 8-10 years of direct of external fundraising experience in environment, health, research, science, or advocacy organizations, with a demonstrated track record of developing and advancing significant philanthropic investments through sophisticated relationship building.
  • Documented success personally implementing sophisticated, multi-year cultivation strategies employing a moves management approach leading to successful closure of gifts.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication (including editing and proofreading) skills, including the ability to understand and translate HCWH’s mission and interests for donors and prospects with clarity and effectiveness and to develop complex written and presentation materials, proposals, budgets and other collateral that support this effort.
  • Bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience, Master’s preferred;
  • Solid understanding of U.S. and global environmental and health issues.
  • Intermediate to expert knowledge of the current and evolving trends in major and principal gifts giving and solicitation;
  • Experience working as part of an effective team able to secure the organization’s fundraising objectives preferred.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills, including ease in briefly summarizing the core of an issue, HCWH’s approach to it, and the ability to make a persuasive case for support;
  • Creative and strategic thinker. Able to think out of the box, challenge conventional norms, and try new approaches;
  • Maintains a donor-focused demeanor at all times. Able to build rapport and provide assistance to high-profile external constituents as well as internal staff;
  • Ability to quickly learn and understand health and environmental advocacy, policy and organizational issues and perform substantive research;
  • Strong relationship and partnership orientation. A team player with an organization-wide view.
  • Respect for teamwork and appropriate communication and coordination with colleagues;
  • Demonstrated strong research and analytical skills. Ability to investigate an issue, ask thoughtful questions and recommend possible solutions;
  • Flexibility to work as part of a team or independently to meet goals in a fast-paced, deadline-driven department. Self-directed to take action and resolve issues;
  • Entrepreneurial mindset and demonstrated ability to be self-disciplined and work independently to meet deadlines;
  • Ability to think proactively, take initiative and see tasks through to completion with appropriate follow-up;
  • Excellent organizational and project management skills, with the ability to establish and implement systems and identify resources to ensure the successful completion of projects;
  • Sound judgment and discretion in handling and securing confidential information, as well as the ability to conduct oneself in a highly professional manner;
  • Experience with fundraising CRM system (like Salesforce or Raiser’s Edge), Google office, and other technology and computer based programs and skills; and
  • Experience working in a fast-paced non-profit and within some type of virtual organization preferred.

What’s In It For You?

  • Work for an organization where the mission is inspiring and your colleagues are passionate and motivated.
  • Work with staff that care deeply for the mission and the network of people carrying out that mission.
  • Play a key role in helping drive growth, influence impact, and advance efforts to create a more sustainable health care sector and community.
  • Be part of an inspirational eclectic network.
  • Fantastic benefits!

How To Apply

To Apply or Inquire

Health Care Without Harm and Practice Greenhealth are committed to seeking and sustaining culturally and ethnically diverse organizations, and to the principles that promote inclusive practices. We are dedicated to building a diverse staff with expertise and interest in serving the mission of the organizations in respectful ways. HCWH is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, upload a cover letter and resume to Marisa Brasor, Managing Director, Philantrhopic Partnerships, via this link.  Questions can be addressed to Only competitive candidates will be invited to participate further in the recruitment process. Position open until filled. Interviewing on a rolling basis.

Virtual, US-based

Database and Grants Manager, Philanthropic Partnerships, Health Care Without Harm/ Practice Greenhealth

The Organization

Organizational Overview

Are you passionate about creating real-world change? Are you interested in the link between health, the environment, social justice and equity? Do you enjoy working with a talented, kind, and passionate team? Are you exceptionally well-organized, geek out over organizational technology systems, and appreciate clear project management design and completion? Do you appreciate the flexibility to manage your own schedule and work from home or anywhere that suits you? If yes, this role could be the perfect fit for you.

Health Care Without Harm is an environmental health organization that uses data, advocacy, and local and targeted partnerships to protect individual, public, and planetary health. For more than two decades, we have worked with the health care sector to address the health impacts of climate change as well as build resilient, thriving communities around the world. With offices on three continents and partners around the world, Health Care Without Harm is a leading advocate for environmental health and justice. We are a dedicated team of health and environmental experts, policy specialists, organizers, researchers, communicators, and professionals working on today’s biggest challenges. We are a creative, kind, and passionate team who knows that we are better collectively than we are individually.

Position Overview

Position Description

The Database and Grants Manager will split their time between 1) overseeing HCWH’s donor data management systems, including our donor database (Salesforce) and the development team’s internal shared drive and resources and 2) overseeing our grants management process which is linked to our Salesforce system. This position is a critical contributor to the growing philanthropic partnerships team at HCWH and towards ensuring that the philanthropic partnerships team builds a sustainable stream of funding for the organization.

Primary Objectives

  • Manage HCWH’s donor data management systems; including Salesforce constituent relationship management system and development team shared drives.
  • Manage grant lifecycle and processes.

Essential Functions

  • Management of Salesforce donor CRM database (40%) and internal shared drive

Develop & implement data-related processes, user protocol & procedures HCWH’s Salesforce use;

Oversee and monitor all data entry into and maintenance of the donor database;

Track and capture all funder and donor prospect activity from leadership and staff in Salesforce records;

Ensure that the relationship management system data is up-to-date;

Analyze and report on performance and donor analytics to inform fundraising strategies;

Provide strategic thinking and advice on developing and implementing donor cultivation and stewardship plans based on Salesforce data in line with a Moves Management System (i.e. prospect identification, tracking, and reporting along a continuum);

Ensure coordination between Salesforce activity and accounts with internal fundraising drive materials;

Oversee organization and integration of electronic archival systems for donor information and files; and

Provide training to program staff on Salesforce and the user protocol.

  • Management of grant proposal and report development systems (40%)

Build and maintain strong relationships with program teams as the lead point of contact on the internal funder reports process;

Manage ongoing workplan (in Salesforce) of institutional grant proposal and report deadlines;

Manage development calendar of grant activities to ensure all deadlines related to grants and contracts are met;

Submit all online institutional grant proposal and reports to funder portals; and

Manage the gift entry and report generation process in Salesforce for all donors.

  • Grant report writing (10%)

Draft grant reports for institutional and individual donors as required and/or deemed necessary in conjunction with program team leads.

  • Research on prospective funders and funding opportunities (10%)


  • At least 5 years of development related experience preferred.
  • Intermediate to expert knowledge of Salesforce or similar fundraising CRM systems, Google office, and other technology and computer based programs and skills.
  • Experience working in a fast-paced non-profit and within some type of virtual organization preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree (or working towards completion of), or commensurate experience.
  • Excellent organizational and project management skills, with the ability to establish and implement systems and identify resources to ensure the successful completion of projects.
  • Ability to think proactively, take initiative and see tasks through to completion with appropriate follow-up.
  • Self-disciplined, action-oriented style that can prioritize tasks to meet deadlines. Strong work ethic.
  • Sound judgment and discretion in handling and securing confidential information, as well as the ability to conduct oneself in a highly professional manner.
  • Flexibility to work as part of a team or independently to meet goals in a fast-paced, deadline-driven department. Self-directed to take action and resolve issues.
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationship with others, both internally and externally to achieve the organization’s goals.
  • Ability to analyze and systematically compile information and to prepare reports and correspondence; comprehend and make inferences from written material; interpret requirements for grant contracts and administration.

What’s In It For You?

  • Work for an organization where the mission is inspiring and your colleagues are passionate and motivated.
  • Work with staff that care deeply for the mission and the network of people carrying out that mission.
  • Play a key role in helping drive growth, influence impact, and advance efforts to create a more sustainable health care sector and community.
  • Be part of an inspirational eclectic network.
  • Fantastic benefits!

How To Apply

To Apply or Inquire

Health Care Without Harm and Practice Greenhealth are committed to seeking and sustaining culturally and ethnically diverse organizations, and to the principles that promote inclusive practices. We are dedicated to building a diverse staff with expertise and interest in serving the mission of the organizations in respectful ways. HCWH is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, upload a cover letter and resume to Marisa Brasor, Managing Director, Philanthropic Partnerships, via this link.  Questions can be addressed to Only competitive candidates will be invited to participate further in the recruitment process. Position open until filled. Interviewing on a rolling basis.

Washington, DC

Digital Campaign Associate, People For The American Way

The Organization

People For the American Way is a national advocacy organization dedicated to making the promise of America real for every American: Equality. Freedom of speech. Freedom of religion. The right to seek justice in a court of law. The right to cast a vote that counts. The American Way. The Digital Campaign Associate is an integral part of a dynamic online program including the organization’s various web properties, social media channels, and hundreds of thousands of activists nationwide.

Position Overview

Core Responsibilities:

  • Support online and online-to-offline campaigns using email, SMS, social media, and other primarily digital tools to increase grassroots participation and visibility.
  • Help plan and execute digital advocacy and fundraising campaigns at the federal and state levels around key policy priorities, judicial and other nominations, and electing progressive candidates.
  • Write, build, and test email action alerts, online actions like petitions, and donation pages.
  • Work collaboratively with coalition partners to pursue shared organizing objectives at the federal, state, and local levels.
  • Work with partner organizations and ad platforms to identify and execute joint and sponsored actions and ad campaigns to grow our email list.
  • Write content and help develop strategies for online campaigns in email, social media, organizing toolkits, sign-on letters, blog posts, sample letters to the editor, and more.
  • Provide reporting on campaign performance and test results; provide analysis and recommendations for continual improvement.
  • Provide quality assurance testing for digital team content.
  • Stay current on industry trends and best practices for advocacy and political organizations.

Secondary “Supporting Role” Responsibilities:

  • Represent the organization at rallies, conferences, legislative hearings, and coalition meetings, and organize local volunteers and activists for phone banks and other events.
  • Facilitate engagement with our social media communities, including responding to messages and moderating comments.
  • In coordination with digital and communications staff, manage websites and social media properties.

Required Qualifications:

  • Strong writing skills and detail-oriented with ability to work under pressure and write, code emails/HTML, and create audience queries quickly
  • Strong organizational skills — ability to manage priorities, learn quickly, and multi-task in a rapid response environment, including the ability to manage dozens of concurrent short-term and long-term deadlines
  • A strong commitment to the mission of the organization to advance progressive values and defend the fundamental constitutional rights of all.

Preferred But Not Required:

  • College degree or compatible experience
  • Experience in digital organizing in an advocacy or campaign environment
  • Experience with HTML, CSS, eCRM systems (experience with ActionKit is a bonus), and CMS systems (such as WordPress)
  • Understanding of campaign metrics, analytics, and A/B testing

How To Apply

Send resume and a detailed cover by email to No telephone calls please. Your cover letter should include:

  • Why do you want to work for People For the American Way?
  • What appeals to you in particular about the organization, our work, or the issues on which we focus?
  • What makes you a stand-out candidate for this position, based on your experiences or particular skillset?

Washington, DC

Major Gift Officer, People For The American Way

The Organization

People For the American Way is a national organization with over 1 million members dedicated to defending constitutional rights under attack by the Trump administration and the Right Wing and is deeply engaged in campaigns ranging from defending the Supreme Court to fighting for racial justice to engaging Latino voters in elections. Our affiliate People For the American Way Foundation conducts research, legal, and education work on behalf of First Amendment freedoms and democratic values and works to diversify the leadership of the progressive movement through its Young People For youth leadership programs and its Young Elected Officials Network.

Position Overview


  • Qualify a caseload of approximately 150 donors with capacity to make gifts of $5,000+
  • Design and implement individual communication and cultivation plans for each donor on the caseload in order to secure, retain, and upgrade giving by matching donor interests to organizational funding opportunities
  • Build strong relationships with donors in the caseload through email, phone, mail, small events, and personal visits (25-50% travel required)
  • Work with program staff to develop written briefings, proposals, reports, and acknowledgements to donors and prospects
  • Collaborate with development team to create coordinated cross-channel communications and cultivation strategies and work toward team goals
  • Maintain timely and accurate records of donor communications and touches in CRM
  • Regular reporting on progress toward budget goals and other caseload performance metrics


  • 3-5 years’ experience in major gifts fundraising
  • Experience with donor identification, research, and caseload qualification process
  • Demonstrated experience securing 5-figure gifts
  • Outgoing personality with ability to enjoy direct communication with donors and collaborate with other staff
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills with ability to quickly produce compelling donor communications materials; strong proofreading skills
  • Discretion and mature judgment in handling sensitive and confidential donor information
  • Commitment to People For’s core mission

How To Apply

Please email an updated resume and a cover letter to Please no pone calls.

Washington, DC

Director of Digital Fundraising, The Wilderness Society

The Organization

The Wilderness Society is an organization of spirited people who, since 1935, have led the protection of a vast system of magnificent public lands that belong to everyone. We are also fighting to reduce climate change emissions and advocating for renewable energy solutions on our public lands.  We promote equitable access to the outdoors for all.  Today, we are vigorously defending national parks, forests, monuments, wildlife refuges and other community lands from the most extensive effort ever to give away these public lands to private industry (primarily oil and gas drilling and mining) and exclude people from participating in decisions about how these lands are managed

Position Overview

General Description

Reporting directly to the Senior Director of Membership & Strategic Services, the Director of Digital Fundraising is responsible for front-end operations, ensuring engaging content, strategic alignment and brand compliance.  This position works alongside internal and external stakeholders to launch innovative digital marketing campaigns as they relate to fundraising and oversees implementation of strategies and tactics associated with online giving, engagement and acquisition.

This position plays an important role in supporting an inclusive organizational culture that is grounded in trust and accountability to shared goals and outcomes.  TWS has made diversity, equity, and inclusion strategic priorities for the organization and the Director of Digital Fundraising will integrate these priorities throughout our online work.  Across our team, we aspire to be campaign oriented, nimble, collaborative, innovative, transparent, and supportive of staff – our greatest asset.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

·   Develops high-level digital fundraising strategy including messaging, communications calendar, platforms, target audiences, and segmentation strategy.

·   Manages day-to-day tactical campaign execution to ensure strong growth of digital revenue.

·  Sets the annual online revenue and expense goals, and is responsible for meeting those goals.

·  Manages external vendors and consultants against contract deliverables and Statement of Work

· Works with third parties like Care2, Greater Goods, and Facebook to continue growth of the online community through acquisition efforts.

· Works closely with the Digital and Marketing strategy leads to expand the online community, and develop and implement fundraising strategies on the web site and other digital platforms.

·  Collaborates with other members of the Philanthropy team, including Major Gifts, Planned Giving and Donor Relations, to coordinate messaging, share metrics, and develop integrated strategies.

·  Integrates online messaging/communications with other direct response campaigns and corporate communications to ensure messaging cohesiveness and coordination across the organization.

·  Develops and implements new programs to increase efficiency, maximize donor stewardship, and leverage database management.

·  Manages internal department budget, tracks all invoices/expenses, provides regular written reports and commentary to management.

·  Builds on the success of the current digital programs by utilizing leading-edge data analytics and predictive modeling techniques to grow the donor base and net revenue.

·   Generates and monitors performance reports across web, email, social and CRM, to measure strategic outcomes and improve tactical processes in coordination with other established metrics.

·   Makes strategic, data-driven decisions to drive channel optimization, including email segmentation, web layout and paid ad targeting in coordination with the Digital Strategy and Marketing team.

·   Works closely with the Digital Strategy and Marketing team on the administration and development of website, social channels and donation platform as related to fundraising efforts.

·   Oversees new enhancements to systems including workflows, email alerts, automation, lead scoring, auto-generated reports and email templates.

·   Coordinates with the Digital Strategy team on web optimization plan for usability and site performance against acquisition, fundraising and engagement goals.

·    Acts as Project Manager for any technical enhancements or implementations as related to fundraising management systems, including platform migration and data coordination.

·    Manages strategy, testing and implementation for donation form optimization.

·   Performs other related duties as assigned.


Experience, Competencies, and Education

·   Minimum 8-10 years’ relevant professional experience in digital marketing.

·   Track record working successfully in teams representing a rich mix of talent, backgrounds, and perspectives—across race and gender.

·   Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate effectively and concisely both in writing and orally.

·   Broad knowledge of industry best practices, standard operating procedures, and new approaches to digital fundraising, system integration, and organizational efficiency.

·         Demonstrated success maintaining an enterprise-wide perspective and utilizing strong analytical skills to maximize ROI.

·         Excellent donor, vendor communications/relations skills.

·         Knowledge of planning, finance, budgeting, and development information systems.

·         Familiarity with reporting, testing and optimization tools including Google Analytics, Facebook Analytics, Optimizely and others.

·         Exceptional organizational, analytical, strategic planning, and research skills.

·         Strong attention to detail with the ability to solve problems and excel in a high-performance culture.

The Wilderness Society offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance; sick and vacation leave; a sabbatical program; and a retirement plan.  TWS is an equal opportunity employer and actively works to ensure fair treatment of our employees and constituents across culture, socioeconomic status, race, marital or family situation, gender, age, ethnicity, religious beliefs, physical ability, veteran status or sexual orientation.

As an organization, we aspire to being inclusive in the work that we do, and in the kind of organization we are.  Internally this means working as a team that listens to different points of view, recognizes the contributions of every employee and empowers each employee to bring their whole selves to work every day.  Externally this means ensuring that public lands are inclusive and welcoming, so that our shared wildlands can help people and nature to thrive.  We are committed to equity throughout our work, which we define as our commitment to realizing the promise of our public lands and ensuring that all can share in their universal benefits.

To learn more about our commitment, please see

How To Apply

For consideration please submit your cover letter and resume through our online application system at:

Winston-Salem, NC

Executive Vice President, Programs & Administration, The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust

The Organization

The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust has an exciting and newly added opportunity for an EVP of Programs & Administration.  In this leadership role, you will have the opportunity to work with the President directing the daily operations of the Trust to meet the strategic vision and mission. If you are an engaged leader who believes in the importance of growing your team members while living out the mission on a daily basis, then we want to talk to you!

About Us

The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust was established in 1947 to improve the health and quality of life of people with low incomes in Forsyth County and around North Carolina. Today, the Trust works to achieve Mrs. Reynolds’ vision by supporting thriving North Carolina communities, thriving residents, equitable access to health care, and equitable health outcomes. By listening to and learning with communities, the Trust works to achieve, long-term sustainable change to have a greater impact on the people Mrs. Reynolds asked the foundation to serve more than 70 years ago.

Position Overview

The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust has an exciting and newly added opportunity for an EVP of Programs & Administration.  In this leadership role, you will have the opportunity to work with the President directing the daily operations of the Trust to meet the strategic vision and mission. If you are an engaged leader who believes in the importance of growing your team members while living out the mission on a daily basis, then we want to talk to you!

What the Job Looks Like

The Executive Vice President of Programs and Administration is responsible for the leadership and supervision of the daily operational work of staff members in the programs, administrative, communications, and evaluation and learning functions.  The EVP will oversee staff, ensuring that the teams work cross-functionally and in support of the mission and vision of the Trust, paying special regard to the adherence to the Governing Documents in all aspects of the Trust.  The EVP believes in the Trust’s mission and is deeply committed to improving the lives of residents with low incomes locally and around the state.

  • Serves as the President’s strategic partner to guide and direct the daily operations of the Trust to assist in developing organizational priorities, making decisions and solving problems.
  • Working closely with the Director of Administration, oversees the design and administration of office, financial accounting, and other systems desirable to carry out the affairs of the Trust. Ensures that financial resources, administrative and grant dollars, are managed with great fiduciary care.
  • Direct reports include the Director of Administration, Director of Programs, Director of Communication, Director of Evaluation & Learning, and Program Coordinator. Responsible for mentoring, coaching, and training direct reports to ensure continued career and personal growth.
  • Determines and directs plans for projects that advance the Trust and its service to the community, assembling the appropriate team member, setting project timelines and required deliverables.
  • Builds positive relationships with and serves as a resource to Advisory Council members and Trustees. Attends all meetings and presents information and updates.
  • Represents the President and the Trust at external meetings as needed, communicating the mission, vision, and strategic goals of the Trust.

Important Qualifications to your Success

  • Master’s degree in business, health, or related field required.
  • Minimum of 15 years of relevant work experience. Experience in philanthropy and/or non-profit sector preferred.
  • Visionary leader with prior experience implementing a strategic vision.
  • High-level performer with strong initiative and a commitment to achievement of goals
  • Ability to motivate and engage team members, coaching and mentoring them to perform to their full potential.
  • Strong business acumen with a solid understanding of strategic and operational business fundamentals.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with a proven ability to influence, engage, coach, and mentor direct and indirect reports and peers while working cohesively and collaboratively on a team.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills required.

How To Apply

I’m interested, how do I get started?

PLEASE NOTE – To be considered, all applicants MUST include:

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  • An updated resume
  • Brief cover letter describing why you meet the qualifications for our position is required to be considered
  • Salary requirement

Our hiring management partner is myHR Partner. myHR Partner is not a staffing service or recruiter. All resumes/applications will be reviewed for this position and only for our organization. Applicants who meet the initial qualifications will be contacted for a video interview.

All applicants can check the status of their application by logging on to the myHR Partner web portal at and logging on to your personal profile in the Job Postings area.

If you are selected to receive an offer of employment with our company, your employment may be contingent upon the successful completion of work references and other background checks.

We realize that it takes time and effort to go through our application process and we thank you for considering applying for this position. We kindly ask for no emails or phone calls as a means to further your application process. These efforts will not enhance your opportunity for consideration and we are not equipped to respond to these requests. We thank you in advance for your adherence to this request.

Thank you for your interest in our position.  We appreciate the time you have taken to apply with us.