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Job Description


Work on Virginia PIRG's campaign to protect public health.


The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with Virginia PIRG, the Virginia Public Interest Research Group. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Richmond this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of Virginia on our campaign to pass a statewide ban on the widely used herbicide Roundup until it is proven safe.


Every year, nearly 300 million pounds of Roundup are used in this country, the vast majority of it used for agricultural production. Unsurprisingly, Roundup is starting to show up in our waterways, our food, and our bodies. Many foods, including corn, soy, and even beer have been tested and found to contain glyphosate. And, the World Health Organization (WHO) has found that Monsanto’s Roundup and other glyphosate-based herbicides could pose significant risks to human health.


Our constant exposure to Roundup in the food we eat and the water we drink, as well as in gardens, city parks, and sports fields where the weed-killer is often sprayed, is threatening our health. That’s why we’re building public support to protect public health and ban Roundup statewide until it is proven safe.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for Virginia PIRG. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $10-$15/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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Job Description


Founded in 1924 today Youth Guidance is a leading provider of outcomes-driven programs serving more than 11,000 youth while touching the lives of more than 14,000 youth, parents, teachers, and community members.


At Youth Guidance, we believe that no matter what challenges a young person faces, they are more likely to succeed when they have caring adults in their lives. Our highly-trained staff guides kids to overcome the life and academic challenges facing Chicago, Boston and Los Angeles' youth. We meet kids where they are — physically and emotionally — to help them focus on their education, make positive choices, and remain on the right path toward life success.


Position Summary:


The Quality Improvement Manager is responsible for coordinating agency-wide quality improvement processes and managing internal program evaluation activities for several Youth Guidance programs. This role collaborates within the Evaluation & Quality Improvement (EQI) team and other Youth Guidance departments and programs to evaluate fidelity, quality, performance and impact. This role is key to supporting program quality and sustainability through promoting a data-driven learning culture.


Essential Duties/Responsibilities:


Agency-wide Quality Improvement Support


Establish and maintain quality improvement processes used across all Youth Guidance program teams, including the following activities:



  • Establish protocols, data and presentation templates, documentation procedures, and action item tracking for regular data review sessions

  • Provide support within EQI and program teams to ensure Council on Accreditation (COA) readiness around Performance & Quality Improvement (PQI) standards

  • Facilitate case record reviews three times per year


Direct Support to Program Teams


Facilitate the full evaluation and quality improvement cycle for three Youth Guidance teams (Youth Workforce Development, Counseling/STRIVE, and Community and Afterschool Programs), including the following activities:



  • Lead logic modelling in support of program planning

  • Collect and analyze data, prepare and present reports and analysis, and lead discussions to learn from data and improve practice

  • Transform program quality, fidelity, performance and outcome data into program insight in collaboration with program leadership and staff using data visualization tools

  • Monitor trends in program implementation and engagement with evaluation activities

  • Prepare and submit required reports for agency and program stakeholders in support of accountability requirements (monthly/quarterly/annually)

  • Collaborate within EQI to identify and develop data sources, collect and clean qualitative and quantitative data; and assemble data to support analytic needs

  • Provide training and professional development related to program evaluation for program staff

  • Support program staff in the use and monitoring of the agency’s electronic client record system


Minimum Qualifications:


Education/Experience/Training



  • Master’s Degree in evaluation, social work, education, public policy or related field

  • Minimum of 3 years of related experience; qualitative evaluation experience is preferred

  • Must have experience in program evaluation that includes evidence-based practices and outcome measurement

  • Experience in a non-profit organization is preferred, especially in a managerial role

  • Experience with databases is preferred


Skills/Abilities



  • Strong analytical skills, attention to detail and sound judgment

  • Excellent written and verbal communication and facilitation skills

  • Ability to work well in group and team settings

  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

  • Experience with statistical software, Tableau, and/or SQL a plus

  • Must possess interpersonal skills that excel in cultural sensitivity and respect for differences

  • Must be committed to working with disadvantaged youth


Physical Demands


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.



  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to frequently talk and hear.

  • The employee frequently is required to sit and stand for sustained periods of time; walk; use hands and fingers to handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms.

  • The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.


Work Environment


The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. Occasional local travel.


Youth Guidance is an equal opportunity employer and proudly values diversity. Youth Guidance does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law and is committed to creating a dynamic work environment that values diversity along all of these lines. People of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.


EOE/M/F/D/V/SO


Company Description

Founded in 1924 today Youth Guidance is a leading provider of outcomes-driven programs serving more than 11,000 youth while touching the lives of more than 14,000 youth, parents, teachers, and community members.

At Youth Guidance, we believe that no matter what challenges a young person faces, they are more likely to succeed when they have caring adults in their lives. Our highly-trained staff guides kids to overcome the life and academic challenges facing Chicago, Boston and Los Angeles' youth. We meet kids where they are — physically and emotionally — to help them focus on their education, make positive choices, and remain on the right path toward life success.


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Job Description


State Administrator, The Public Interest Network


 


The Public Interest Network runs organizations committed to a cutting-edge vision of a better world, a set of core values, and a strategic approach to change. We work on a wide variety of important issues, from clean energy to product safety, that highlight the need for a reassessment of our economic values and a new approach to politics. Our campaigns challenge decision-makers and the rest of us to stop tolerating problems that are increasingly absurd in an age of advancing technology and growing abundance.


We’re seeking a top-notch administrator to help run the operations of The Public Interest Network’s State Program Team. Working closely with our staff on the ground in 29 states, and Public Interest Network leaders across the country, the administrator plays a critical role in providing the backbone that allows our advocates to be successful. Specifically, the administrator plays a key role in:


Working with our team:



  • Managing the administrative needs of over 40 field staff


  • Working closely with other departments to set goals and action plans


  • Providing support for the state advocacy operations in 29 states



System Administration:



  • Managing our systems effectively


  • Data analysis


  • Identifying areas to innovate and improve efficiency


  • Training our advocates on how to implement systems



Managing necessary department operations:



  • Reporting on key departmental metrics


  • Performing regular database maintenance


  • Creating and managing budgets


  • Managing contracts with external vendors


  • Coordinating the work between advocates on the ground and internal Public Interest Network departments



  • Helping facilitate meetings with our team and boards


Qualifications


Qualified applicants need to be goal-driven and sharp, with great problem-solving skills. Applicants must be detail-oriented and highly organized, with a friendly and professional demeanor and the maturity to manage confidential and/or sensitive information. They should be driven by the idea of building a non-profit organization and have an outstanding work ethic, while being flexible enough to pivot to prioritize whatever projects are most timely & important. Finally, the successful applicant must be able to deliver high-quality results.


Candidates for this position should have at least one year of relevant administrative experience, preferably in an activist, nonprofit or political organization.


Extra consideration for applicants who have experience managing databases or Quick Base.


Pay & Benefits


The target annual compensation for this position is commensurate with the relevant professional experience and/or advanced degrees that a candidate has. The Public Interest Network offers a competitive benefits package.


Locations


Denver, CO or Philadelphia, PA


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Things to Know When You Apply


The Public Interest Network is home to 16-plus organizations that share a vision of a better country, a set of core values about our work and a coordinated strategic approach to getting things done. Visit https://publicinterestnetwork.org/core-values.html for things you should know about our network when you apply.


Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer.



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Job Description


Work on USPIRG's campaign to protect public health.


The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with USPIRG, the US Public Interest Research Group. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Washington, DC this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of the DC area on our campaign to pass a statewide ban on the widely used herbicide Roundup until it is proven safe.


Every year, nearly 300 million pounds of Roundup are used in this country, the vast majority of it used for agricultural production. Unsurprisingly, Roundup is starting to show up in our waterways, our food, and our bodies. Many foods, including corn, soy, and even beer have been tested and found to contain glyphosate. And, the World Health Organization (WHO) has found that Monsanto’s Roundup and other glyphosate-based herbicides could pose significant risks to human health.


Our constant exposure to Roundup in the food we eat and the water we drink, as well as in gardens, city parks, and sports fields where the weed-killer is often sprayed, is threatening our health. That’s why we’re building public support to protect public health and ban Roundup statewide until it is proven safe.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for USPIRG. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $14-$19/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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Job Description


Work on USPIRG's campaign to ban single-use plastics.


The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with USPIRG, the US Public Interest Research Group. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Minneapolis this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of Minnesota on our campaign to pass a statewide ban on foam cups and takeout containers.


Every day, people throw away tons of plastic “stuff” — cups, plates, bags, containers, forks, knives, straws, spoons and more. All of this waste not only clogs our landfills, trashes our parks, and litters our streets, but it also washes into our rivers and oceans, where it can harm wildlife.


It’s time to move beyond single-use plastic, by getting rid of the most harmful waste, and stopping the use of things we truly don’t need.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for USPIRG. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $13-$18/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $16.25 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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Job Description


 


Work on USPIRG's campaign to protect public health.


The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with USPIRG, the US Public Interest Research Group. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Washington, DC this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of the DC area on our campaign to pass a statewide ban on the widely used herbicide Roundup until it is proven safe.


Every year, nearly 300 million pounds of Roundup are used in this country, the vast majority of it used for agricultural production. Unsurprisingly, Roundup is starting to show up in our waterways, our food, and our bodies. Many foods, including corn, soy, and even beer have been tested and found to contain glyphosate. And, the World Health Organization (WHO) has found that Monsanto’s Roundup and other glyphosate-based herbicides could pose significant risks to human health.


Our constant exposure to Roundup in the food we eat and the water we drink, as well as in gardens, city parks, and sports fields where the weed-killer is often sprayed, is threatening our health. That’s why we’re building public support to protect public health and ban Roundup statewide until it is proven safe.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for USPIRG. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $14-$19/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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Job Description


ENTRY LEVEL POSITION, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY


Nonprofit Representative Opening!
We work a little differently to most companies. We believe in training all of our people from the ground level up and giving people the opportunity they deserve based on their results, work ethic and attitude, rather than their experience.

Over the past years, we have had tremendous success in developing people with no experience into becoming sales and marketing experts and are looking to give up to 10 individuals the same opportunity.



About us:
We are a fast-paced sales and marketing company located in Riverside , representing some of the worlds most loved Nonprofit Organizations. We generate new customers and brand awareness for our clients through use of our highly effective direct sales and marketing team.


Job duties:
- Increasing clients brand awareness through promotional events


- Working within a top performing team
- Maintaining and managing good customer relations
- Generating new customers on face to face basis



Don't miss this opportunity!

-Entry level full-time position, Monday through Friday schedule


-Base Salary + Uncapped Commissions +Bonuses


-W2

If you fit what we are looking for, we want to meet you ASAP.
Don't miss your chance to start a rewarding career today


Company Description

Lear Solutions harnesses the power of on-site peer-to-peer promotions to raise awareness and blaze a trail to a brighter future.

We’ve built a culture of caring and accomplishment that makes good things happen. Our team delivers influential fundraising campaigns by raising our voices to empower nonprofits and social organizations to make a difference.


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Job Description


Work on PennEnvironment’s campaign for renewable energy.

The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with PennEnvironment. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Philadelphia this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of Pennsylvania on our campaign to get the state to commit to 100% renewable energy.


We have the power to harness clean, abundant energy from the sun and the wind, and we can do it more efficiently and cheaply than ever before. Yet we’re still producing, consuming and wasting energy in ways that do lasting damage to our environment and our health -- fracking for gas near schools instead of putting solar panels on their roofs; drilling for oil near beaches instead of harnessing the winds that blow offshore; and burning coal, oil and gas instead of powering our homes, cars and lives with clean, renewable energy.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for PennEnvironment. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $10-$15/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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Job Description


Work on NMPIRG's campaign to ban single-use plastics.


The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with NMPIRG, the New Mexico Public Interest Research Group. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Albuquerque this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of New Mexico on our campaign to pass a statewide ban on foam cups and takeout containers.


Every day, people throw away tons of plastic “stuff” — cups, plates, bags, containers, forks, knives, straws, spoons and more. All of this waste not only clogs our landfills, trashes our parks, and litters our streets, but it also washes into our rivers and oceans, where it can harm wildlife.


It’s time to move beyond single-use plastic, by getting rid of the most harmful waste, and stopping the use of things we truly don’t need.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for NMPIRG. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $10-$15/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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Job Description


Work on Environment Oregon’s campaign to protect our oceans.

The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with Environment Oregon. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Portland this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of Oregon on our campaign to protect our oceans from plastic pollution.


Everyday, people throw away tons of plastic “stuff” - cups, bags, containers and more. Too often, this waste washes into our oceans, lakes and rivers where is pollutes our water and harms wildlife.


Nothing we use for a few minutes should be allowed to pollute our environment for centuries. That’s why we’re calling for statewide bans on the worst forms of single-use plastics like foam take-out containers and plastic grocery bags.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for Environment Oregon. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $12-$17/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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Job Description


Do you enjoy accounting and related work? Do you also enjoy working with and helping people? If so, this might be a position for you to consider.


Foundation Group helps new nonprofits get started, and existing nonprofits to operate effectively and in compliance with both the law and best practices. The Accounting Associate (AA) will work in Foundation Group’s Compliance Department, assisting our nonprofit, tax-exempt clients with state and federal annual information return (Form 990) preparation, state Charitable Solicitations registrations/renewals, corporate annual reports, bookkeeping support and other related services. The AA performs a variety of clerical accounting and related duties requiring a working knowledge of state and federal filing requirements, with an eye toward accuracy and attention to detail. The AA works within established procedures, but with relative independence in carrying out duties under limited supervision. Advice and leadership are available from supervisor for complex or questionable matters or those requiring authorization. Detailed instructions are provided for difficult or unusual assignments.


The ideal candidate for this position will possess the following qualities:



  • Tax preparation and/or bookkeeping experience

  • Thorough understanding of standard financial statements

  • Strong interest in nonprofits

  • Excellent analytical skills

  • Strong time management ability

  • Keen attention to detail

  • Ability to work independently while comfortable asking for further direction or assistance

  • Ability to comfortably communicate directly with clients

  • Experience with investment accounting ideal


Responsibilities:



  • Prepare IRS Form 990 for clients

  • Prepare state charity registrations and renewals

  • Research / knowledge of federal and state tax-exemption compliance requirements

  • Technology use for client management & workflow accomplishments

  • Paperless document management environment - create final filing documents for clients

  • Other duties as assigned (cross-training for all FG client support roles)


Other information:


  • This is an in-house position only...no telecommuting. We welcome applicants from outside the Nashville, TN area, but Foundation Group does not provide relocation assistance.

Minimum Qualifications:



  • 2 years of direct accounting/tax responsibilities, preferably working with external clients. Internal accounting experience will be considered.

  • Working knowledge of double-entry accounting and financial statements (balance sheet / P & L)

  • Experience working with nonprofit organizations is preferred, but not required.

  • Must be comfortable working with a large, remote client base (national clientele).


Minimum Education:


  • 2 years post-secondary education; Associate's or Bachelor's degree preferred.

Company Description

Foundation Group provides professional formation and governmental compliance services to charities and other nonprofits. Founded in 1995, we have helped establish nearly 20,000 nonprofits from coast to coast and work with thousands annually, assisting them in incorporation, IRS tax-exemption and related services.

As a Christian-owned company of over 25 team members, this is not your typical corporate environment. We are a growing family of passionate professionals who are committed to giving a 110% effort for our clients and, in equal measure, to creating a workplace we look forward to coming to every Monday morning. If you share those ideals, we welcome you to apply.

Our Mission:
Inspiring and Empowering Nonprofit Success!

Foundation Group's core commitments :
- To advance the unique strength and effectiveness of America's nonprofits to positively impact the global community
- To provide a path for our clients to achieve their dream and their mission through establishing a firm foundation and adhering to the principles of transparency, compliance and best practices
- To work toward the long-term growth and success of our clients, our company, and our team members
- To encourage and honor through our efforts the Biblical principles of charity (Matthew 22:39, I Corinthians 13:13, Philippians 2:3, 1 Peter 3:8)


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Job Description


 


We are seeking an incredible and compassionate Physician for a non-profit Healthcare Center that takes initiative on addressing the health of the underserved population.


 


Established over 25 years ago, we are focused on a non-profit model to find a strong clinician to join a group of dedicated individuals determined to help and promote the well-being for a population in need. The value and mission is to provide access to high quality healthcare for all, regardless of ability to pay.


 


This well established facility takes pride as a Federally Qualified Healthcare Center that is home to over 25,000 adults and children living in South Los Angeles.


 


RESPONSIBILITIES



  • Sees an average of 20-25 patients per day in an outpatient setting.

  • Ensures compliance with standard by coordinating patient scheduling to compensate for no-show rate.

  • Provides clinical care and monitoring to patients.

  • Performs physical examinations and preventive health measures within guidelines

  • Orders, interprets and evaluates diagnostic tests to identify and assess patient's clinical problems and health care needs.

  • Reviews laboratory test results and other reports;

  • Records physical findings and formulates plan and prognosis based on patient's condition; discusses case with other health professionals to prepare comprehensive patient care plan;

  • Utilizes electronic medical records system to document patient care where available;

  • Prescribes medication or other forms of treatment such as physical therapy, occupational therapy or related therapeutic procedures; refills medication.

  • Refers patients to Specialist for consultation.

  • Advises patients concerning diet, hygiene, and methods for prevention of disease.

  • May provide prenatal care to pregnant women and may provide postnatal care to mother and infant, if applicable.

  • Refers patients to medical specialist or other practitioner for specialized treatment.

  • May perform minor surgery/procedures based on privileges granted.

  • Active participation in the Quality Improvement Program, Peer Review, Provider and clinical meetings

  • Provide preventative health care services in accordance with HEDIS and other national evidence based standards.

  • Able to complete patient charting in a timely fashion to support billing levels. EMR: eClinical Works


QUALIFICATIONS



  • 2+ years as a Physician preferred; Pediatrics experience is desirable

  • Non-Profit / FQHC experience strongly preferred

  • Working with an underserved population and is mission driven

  • Valid CA MD or DO License

  • Board Certified


BENEFITS



  • Productivity and Quality Bonus

  • Loan Repayment site – national and state programs

  • $1,000 CME reimbursement and 5 days


Full Benefits and a rewarding atmosphere working with an incredible team that gives back to the community.


 


Salary is per employer discretion and commensurate with experience


Company Description

Who We Are...
A group of dedicated recruiters with real industry experience specializing in the recruitment and placement of Healthcare professionals. Our philosophy is simple. We work swiftly and efficiently to stay above the competition, and expect both our candidates and clients to do the same. Our recruiters are very well trained to handle any situation throughout the hiring process, ensuring a successful placement. We stay on top of emerging market news, delivering more of a consultative and value added approach.

Why Use A Recruiter?

First and foremost, it's absolutely FREE to the candidate to have a recruiter represent you.
A good recruiter is a professional networker; so if you are reluctant or too busy to test the job market, recruiters can put you in touch with "hidden" opportunities. Recruiters are often privy to openings that are not on the job boards.
Executive recruiters work directly with the hiring authority. This means your resume is not stuck in a large pile on HR's desk. Rather, you are one of a selected few, prudently submitted directly to the hiring manager.
Recruiters can also give you a behind-the-scenes perspective on a company and specifics of the position such as the extremely important question: "Why is the position open?"
Our monthly email notifications provide you with insights and trends about our specific industry. This knowledge allows you to compare your skills to those in high demand.
A good recruiter is a lifelong professional ally. By maintaining contact with AMI network, we can refer you and friends to career changing opportunities.
Lastly, recruiters give you unbiased, professional advice regarding your resume, interviewing tips and guidance as you embark on finding the next step in your career.


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Job Description


Work on CALPIRG's campaign to protect public health.


The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with CALPIRG, the California Public Interest Research Group. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Santa Cruz this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of California on our campaign to pass a statewide ban on the widely used herbicide Roundup until it is proven safe.


Every year, nearly 300 million pounds of Roundup are used in this country, the vast majority of it used for agricultural production. Unsurprisingly, Roundup is starting to show up in our waterways, our food, and our bodies. Many foods, including corn, soy, and even beer have been tested and found to contain glyphosate. And, the World Health Organization (WHO) has found that Monsanto’s Roundup and other glyphosate-based herbicides could pose significant risks to human health.


Our constant exposure to Roundup in the food we eat and the water we drink, as well as in gardens, city parks, and sports fields where the weed-killer is often sprayed, is threatening our health. That’s why we’re building public support to protect public health and ban Roundup statewide until it is proven safe.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for CALPIRG. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $12-$17/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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Job Description


Work on Environment Oregon’s campaign to protect our oceans.

The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with Environment Oregon. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Portland this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of Oregon on our campaign to protect our oceans from plastic pollution.


Everyday, people throw away tons of plastic “stuff” - cups, bags, containers and more. Too often, this waste washes into our oceans, lakes and rivers where is pollutes our water and harms wildlife.


Nothing we use for a few minutes should be allowed to pollute our environment for centuries. That’s why we’re calling for statewide bans on the worst forms of single-use plastics like foam take-out containers and plastic grocery bags.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for Environment Oregon. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $12-$17/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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Job Description


Work with Environment Texas on our campaign to save the bees.


The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with Environment Texas. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Austin this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of Texas on our campaign to save the bees.


Our bees are dying at an unprecedented rate and the problem isn’t going away. If we lose bees there are real consequences for our natural world and our food supply. The most immediate step we can take to save the bees is to stop using pesticides that kill them. So we’re working to convince our lawmakers to end the harmful use of bee-killing “neonic” pesticides here in Texas.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for Environment Texas. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $11-$16/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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Job Description


Work on Virginia PIRG's campaign to protect public health.


The Fund for the Public Interest is partnering with Virginia PIRG, the Virginia Public Interest Research Group. We’re seeking hard-working individuals with great communication skills and a passion for social change to fill campaign staff and field manager positions in Richmond this winter.


Join the outreach team as we educate and engage the citizens of Virginia on our campaign to pass a statewide ban on the widely used herbicide Roundup until it is proven safe.


Every year, nearly 300 million pounds of Roundup are used in this country, the vast majority of it used for agricultural production. Unsurprisingly, Roundup is starting to show up in our waterways, our food, and our bodies. Many foods, including corn, soy, and even beer have been tested and found to contain glyphosate. And, the World Health Organization (WHO) has found that Monsanto’s Roundup and other glyphosate-based herbicides could pose significant risks to human health.


Our constant exposure to Roundup in the food we eat and the water we drink, as well as in gardens, city parks, and sports fields where the weed-killer is often sprayed, is threatening our health. That’s why we’re building public support to protect public health and ban Roundup statewide until it is proven safe.


Positions: We're hiring campaign staff and field managers to go out into communities, knock on doors to talk to people and raise awareness, build support for the campaign and raise money for Virginia PIRG. Our positions are full-time and you can expect to earn an average of $10-$15/hr.


Qualifications:



  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills

  • Works effectively in a team environment

  • Goal oriented and driven to deliver results

  • Strong leadership skills

  • Passion for environmental issues


Responsibilities:



  • Educate the public about the campaign

  • Identify supporters, activists and volunteers

  • Recruit membership support and fundraise

  • Train and manage staff

  • Coordinate daily logistics

  • Meet daily and weekly campaign goals


Company Description

For more than 35 years, we’ve helped to win campaigns, build resources and mobilize thousands of people for the nation’s top public interest and environmental organizations, including Environment America and U.S.PIRG.

The Fund for the Public Interest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, disability, pregnancy or veteran status.


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About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15.84 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


See full job description

About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


See full job description

About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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Job Description


 


ENTRY LEVEL POSITION, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY


Nonprofit Representative Opening!
We work a little differently to most companies. We believe in training all of our people from the ground level up and giving people the opportunity they deserve based on their results, work ethic and attitude, rather than their experience.

Over the past years, we have had tremendous success in developing people with no experience into becoming sales and marketing experts and are looking to give up to 10 individuals the same opportunity.



About us:
We are a fast-paced sales and marketing company located in Miami representing some of the worlds most loved Nonprofit Organizations. We generate new customers and brand awareness for our clients through use of our highly effective direct sales and marketing team.


Job duties:


- Increasing clients brand awareness through promotional events


- Working within a top performing team


- Maintaining and managing good customer relations


- Generating new customers on face to face basis



Don't miss this opportunity!

-Entry level full-time or part-time positions, Monday through Friday schedule


-Weekly + Uncapped Commissions + Bonuses


-W2

If you fit what we are looking for, we want to meet you ASAP.
Don't miss your chance to start a rewarding career today


Company Description

We ignite passion in communities, raising awareness for social ventures and nonprofits to increase their social impact.

The Equilibrium Marketing Solutions office is filled with unbridled vibrancy and optimism. Why? Because we get to apply our energy to creating conversations for social good. As peer-to-peer promoters for nonprofits and benefit companies, we are spurring change for the better. Our optimism is infectious.

We power social-change solutions of philanthropic businesses and nonprofits through our on-site marketing campaigns. We are innovative and flexible, with expertise that satisfies numerous outreach needs. By connecting directly with people, we inspire them to act, which in turn ensures important cause agents can do even more of their meaningful and lasting work.


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Job Description


ENTRY LEVEL POSITION, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY


Nonprofit Representative Opening!
We work a little differently to most companies. We believe in training all of our people from the ground level up and giving people the opportunity they deserve based on their results, work ethic and attitude, rather than their experience.

Over the past years, we have had tremendous success in developing people with no experience into becoming sales and marketing experts and are looking to give up to 10 individuals the same opportunity.



About us:
We are a fast-paced sales and marketing company located in MIAMI, representing some of the worlds most loved Nonprofit Organizations. We generate new customers and brand awareness for our clients through use of our highly effective direct sales and marketing team.


Job duties:
- Increasing clients brand awareness through promotional events


- Working within a top performing team
- Maintaining and managing good customer relations
- Generating new customers on face to face basis



Don't miss this opportunity!

-Entry level full-time position, Monday through Friday schedule


-BASE wage + Uncapped Commissions +Bonuses


-W2

If you fit what we are looking for, we want to meet you ASAP.
Don't miss your chance to start a rewarding career today


Company Description

We ignite passion in communities, raising awareness for social ventures and nonprofits to increase their social impact.

The Equilibrium Marketing Solutions office is filled with unbridled vibrancy and optimism. Why? Because we get to apply our energy to creating conversations for social good. As peer-to-peer promoters for nonprofits and benefit companies, we are spurring change for the better. Our optimism is infectious.

We power social-change solutions of philanthropic businesses and nonprofits through our on-site marketing campaigns. We are innovative and flexible, with expertise that satisfies numerous outreach needs. By connecting directly with people, we inspire them to act, which in turn ensures important cause agents can do even more of their meaningful and lasting work.


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Job Description


Ledgent Finance and Accounting is part of the Roth Staffing family of Companies, which is one of the largest, privately held staffing companies in the country, with locations across the country. We are proud of being the only staffing company recognized with all industry's top awards for - The Best Staffing Firm to Work for, The Best Staffing Firm to Temp for and the Best in Client Service. We get to create remarkable experiences every day. We are just a different kind of company!

Ledgent is seeking an experienced Budget Analyst to join our Nonprofit client in the Tigard area. This position is responsible for grant management, as well as preparing and analyzing the budgets for the organization. This position offers competitive pay and great benefits, including 4 weeks of PTO in the first year!

Responsibilities: 



  • Lead the budgeting process, including analysis and forecasting

  • Prepare and review grant and contract proposals

  • Perform monthly analysis of grant budget to actual, and communicate with departments regarding spending

  • Help train staff on effective budget management

  • Work with leadership to evaluate new grant and budget proposals

  • Write procurement polices and procedures to comply with federal regulations

  • Implement budget into ERP and financial statements

  • Calculate monthly grant draw downs and reconcile expenses

  • Assist with preparation of annual audit


Qualifications: 



  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance, or equivalent work experience

  • Strong knowledge of GAAP principals 

  • Knowledge of grant accounting and forecasting

  • Experience utilizing ERP systems and intermediate to advanced Excel skills

  • High level of written and verbal communication



If you are interested in this opportunity please send your resume to tarn@ledgent.com. 


Company Description

We are an equal opportunity employer and make hiring decisions based on merit. Recruitment, hiring, training, and job assignments are made without regard to race, color, national origin, age, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, disability, or any other protected classification. We consider all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles' Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.


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Job Description


Nonprofit Representative


At our company, our objective is to internally create a strong team environment and supportive culture that invests in our new hires and junior partners which in turn reflects in our high quality and effort to want to provide our clients with the best outcomes.


We aspire to deliver a strong return on investment for our clients and uphold quality assurance to ensure strong brand representation.




  • Leadership: Ongoing mentorship in business, sales, marketing, management to ensure a culture of continuous growth.

  • Performance: Achieving superior business results through rigorous training, exceptional work ethic and goal-oriented individuals who strive to push their capabilities daily


  • Respect: Embracing a team culture where transparency, trust, diversity, and genuine relationships are the foundation.


  • Accountability: Defining goals, accepting responsibility and delivery on our commitments. We aspire to deliver a high return on investment for our clients.



Our client base includes world renowned nonprofit and charity organizations. Through quality brand representation, we have been able to penetrate markets previously not reached. Our firm a diverse client portfolio, offering consulting services and project management services. All of our staff receives extensive hands on training.


Role Duties:



  • Handle donor inquiries

  • Provide information about the nonprofits and campaigns

  • Troubleshoot and resolve sponsorship account issues and concerns

  • Document and update donor records based on interactions

  • Develop and maintain a knowledge base of the evolving charity clientele and campaign causes


Role Criteria:



  • We do NOT require previous experience in nonprofit, marketing, customer service, sales, public relations, or other related fields

  • Ability to build rapport with clients

  • Ability to prioritize and multitask

  • Positive and professional demeanor

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills


Company Description

Here at FOCUS SOUTH, we pride ourselves on the ability to provide intimate development programs for all of our team members. We are able to break down the common complexities of nonprofit campaigns and our own business development to basic steps that are replaceable across every charity that we work with. By implementing these programs, we have created a whole new framework for our industry. We are able to constantly push the boundaries and create a personal connection to our people and market. This creates the perfect ratio of brand awareness and customer acquisition. We have successfully achieved our goals of creating a culture that not only encourages the growth of our company, but also the group of our team members and our clients. It is our drive, ambition and dedication that has guaranteed a return on investment for all of our clients.


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Job Description


 Make your own schedule and help shape the future as the State Director for a creative problem-solving nonprofit!


 


The Basics


Washington Destination Imagination is seeking a visionary leader who has creative oversight, forward-thinking initiatives, and a passion for empowering students.


The ideal candidate will be motivated and organized, with strong verbal and written communication skills and experience in staff/volunteer management, event planning, and task prioritization.


 


The Organization


Destination Imagination (DI) is a global educational nonprofit dedicated to inspiring the next generation of innovators, leaders and creative problem solvers. The Washington State Affiliate supports teams and hosts local competitive showcases, fueling curiosity and giving students the opportunity to acquire STEAM and soft skills through hands-on, project-based learning.


Learn more about DI here: https://www.destinationimagination.org/


 


Key Responsibilities 



  • Communication: whether through emails, newsletters, or web postings, you’ll be the conduit of information between the global Headquarters, WA leadership, and statewide volunteers and participants


  • Support and delegation: coordinate with local regional and tournament directors who manage operations in various geographic areas of Washington


  • Vision and strategic development: collaborate with the Board of Directors and other volunteers in the visionary and planning process



 


Benefits & Perks



  • Modern workplace: primarily virtual work that allows you to determine your own workspace and schedule


  • Live anywhere in the ruggedly beautiful Pacific Northwest state of Washington


  • Opportunity to make a difference in a community that will give you room to be humorous and pursue your ideas


  • Immense flexibility: in addition to determining your own schedule, you’ll have the opportunity to define your position and advocate for salary change and other alterations moving forwards. Be creative! Make this position your own!


  • You’ll get to be very hopeful about the future after you see the wondrous, hilarious, clever, and unexpected creations that these young students envision and construct



 


Pay and Hours


This is currently a part-time consultant position paying $25,000 per year. The DI season is a bit busier from September through May, with local tournaments occurring in late February and March. After one year, you are encouraged to advocate for any beneficial positional changes; for instance, you may advocate for a full-time role and discuss commensurate salary changes with the Board of Directors. 


 


How to Apply


Send a resume and single page Cover Letter to board@wa-di.org. 



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We are not seeking Pastors, Ministers, Therapists, or Academics, etc. Must have currently direct the fundraising of an org.

This Strategic Fundraiser / Director of Advancement is a new position with an organization devoted to providing Christian education for the poorest of the poor in Haiti. This position requires experience driving fundraising for a non-profit organization.

As a faith based organization, we prefer candidates from denominations such as Christian Church, Churches of Christ, etc.


To apply, please send a resume, statement of faith, and history of church attendance. Thank you!


Might also work remote, but must currently live in the south but preferably southeastern states.

Director of Advancement.

DESCRIPTION

Hope for Haiti’s Children is seeking a Director of Advancement who would work closely with the President, Vice-President, and Board of Directors to oversee and manage all aspects of HFHC’s development program. The position is based in Nashville, TN. The Director of Advancement must think strategically and practically to implement a comprehensive and results-oriented development plan that includes traditional and innovative strategies. Key components of this plan should include goals, strategies, and timetables for annual fundraising, major gifts, campaign gifts, events, endowments, and planned giving and should include a complementary focus on prospecting and tactics to build key relationships with individuals, churches, corporations, and foundations. The position will also include responsibility for development efforts in the Southeast U.S. region. This position reports to the President and is the primary staff liaison to Board’s Executive Committee. Candidate should be an active member of the church of Christ and have a strong commitment to Missions and Christian education.

JOB DUTIES


  • Develops and implements short and long-term development plans to meet established goals and objectives. This includes, but is not limited to, strategic initiatives for securing major gifts, annual events and appeals, corporate and foundation grants, defining stewardship and prospecting tactics, cultivation events, and developing new approaches to grow HFHC’s donor base.

  • Responsible for managing relationships with current and future major national accounts – working with the President and Vice-President to identify and prioritize efforts and meet financial goals.

  • Develops and implements HFHC’s planned giving offerings and researches, identifies and contacts planned giving prospects. Works with the President and Vice-President to identify opportunities for the creation and funding of endowments. Facilitates planned giving seminars and speaking engagements.

  • Provides daily management of advancement staff including establishing annual goals (to support overall goals established in the advancement plan), providing regular performance reviews and appropriate recognition, and supporting ongoing professional development opportunities.

  • Serves as the campaign director and provide direct daily management of specifically focused initiatives to secure major gifts and leadership gifts in support of campaign goal.

  • Works collaboratively and creatively with the President and Vice-President to appropriately position development opportunities and integrate messages in publications, grant submissions, reports, and collateral materials for cultivating and stewarding donors.

  • Clearly articulate and promote a strong case of need for philanthropy and builds opportunities to create and sustain a culture that understands the relationship between philanthropy and HFHC’s services.

  • Manages prospect research and cultivation initiatives with a special emphasis on pursuing strategies to secure or increase giving from donors. This includes leading periodic prospective donor trips to Haiti.

  • Develops strategies for existing donors to effectively move them through a meaningful cycle of giving.

  • Meets regularly with the President regarding program goals and initiatives and routinely reports to the Board of Directors and appropriate committees.

  • Attends HFHC events and activities and fosters significant pride and excitement for fundraising efforts.

SKILLS REQUIRED


  • Demonstrate committed, professional leadership, articulate passion for HFHC’s mission, and exemplifies a collaborative, decisive, motivating and engaging communication style.

  • Proven track record of fundraising success, particularly by securing major gifts, successfully managing campaigns, and engaging a community of motivated supporters.

  • 7+ years of increasing responsibility in non-profit fundraising.

  • Excellent managerial skills including at least 2 years of previous experience successfully managing development staff.

  • Deep appreciation and understanding of HFHC’s mission and the ability to articulate its values and vision internally and externally.

  • Ability to balance multiple priorities in a complex environment.

  • Excellent knowledge of development best practices, trends in development, fundraising tools and technology, e-mail and online campaigns, and donor research.

  • Extreme discretion, attention to detail, and a commitment to excellence.

  • Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred.

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About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $16.25 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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