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Nonprofit Leadership Fellow – Sustainability Education and Workforce  (One-year term)  

Strategic Energy Innovations - San Rafael CA   

Are you passionate about sustainability issues and how they connect to education? Are you a highly organized self-starter with strong technical and writing background?  Strategic Energy Innovations (SEI) is seeking a dedicated individual, passionate about working in the non-profit sector, to provide a year of service as a full-time, paid Fellow for a cutting-edge organization focused on designing innovative solutions to address community climate and sustainability goals.  (One-year term)Strategic Energy Innovations (SEI) is seeking a dedicated individual, passionate about working in the non-profit sector, to provide a year of service as a full-time, paid Fellow for a cutting-edge organization focused on designing innovative solutions to address community climate and sustainability goals. Working within SEI’s Non-profit Leadership Fellowship, this candidate will have the opportunity to work directly with our Program Staff. This is a full-time 12-month paid position, currently based out of your home office and eventually working in our north San Rafael office when our team begins to work on site again this fall.  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with an intended start date of as soon as possible.  This position offers exceptional training and professional development and exposure in the areas of climate/energy sustainability and non-profit fundraising/management.ABOUT SEISEI is a non-profit organization based in San Rafael, Marin County, dedicated to building leaders to drive sustainability solutions. For over 20 years, SEI has partnered with schools, communities, and businesses to develop a sustainability leadership pathway from elementary school to early career. Our flagship programs educate and empower students and emerging professionals to create thriving, resilient communities. Our staff works within teams to support each other on projects and to creatively develop new and effective models. We're looking for a resourceful individual to join our team who enjoys leading and supporting multiple concurrent projects and has the ambition to grow with our organization. More details on our programs and services can be found at:

FELLOWSHIP BENEFITS


  • Hands-on experience in innovative K-12 and college/university sustainability education and conservation projects, agency-wide and program specific communications tasks, along with other climate/sustainable energy projects as candidate interests & schedule permits

  • Work on special projects under direction of SEI’s management team

  • Experience in team-based grant writing and proposal development

  • Commitment to regular (one day per month on average) professional training

  • Career coaching throughout the year and end-of-fellowship career search support

  • Formal goal setting and periodic performance reviews/feedback  

SUPPORT AREAS AND ASSOCIATED RESPONSIBILITIESThe Fellow may support the agency’s implementation of activities across a variety of our flagship cutting-edge resource efficiency programs, with exposure to key components of program design, promotion/fundraising, implementation, reporting, and evaluation:  



  • K-12 School Program Support – The focus of this aspect is to support SEI’s conservation and education programs in K-12 schools. This will include participation in project-based curriculum development, teacher trainings, student instruction, and support for district and school conservation campaigns. Work may include hands-on support for The School of Environmental Leadership (The SEL).


  • Higher Education Program Support - The Fellow may support with assisting in a variety of coordination roles in our effort to provide for student applied learning and energy curriculum integration with community colleges and 4-year degree schools.


  • Climate/Energy Program Support – A portion of the Fellow’s time may be spent in direct support of one of our many programs in the sustainable communities and workforce development sectors.


  • Proposal Support – A portion of the Fellow’s focus could entail working across SEI Directors and Managers to write grant applications to fund our work.


  • Special Project Support – Under the direction of SEI’s Executive Director, the Fellow may assist in helping plan for and implement new and innovative programs that expand our team’s collective body of work and measurable impact.

QUALIFICATIONSThe qualified candidate is highly skilled working across the Microsoft suite of office automation software (e.g.: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)  Qualified candidates will also evidence strong quantitative, written and verbal communication skills, in addition to the following:


  • Experience/strong interest working in education with K-12 and/or higher education stakeholders (students, teachers, and/or staff)

  • Strong written and verbal communications skills that includes case study development and leading small group trainings and/or presentations;

  • Background or experience in curriculum and grant development, and/or leading group trainings and/or presentations

  • Bachelor’s degree (advanced coursework a plus) in a quantitative discipline, environmental studies, or related field or equivalent work experience

  • A commitment to anti-racism and willingness to work within racial equity frameworks

  • Demonstrated experience with efficient web research and information synthesis

  • Demonstrated ability to manage varied projects and tasks at any time

  • Ability to work full-time out of our San Rafael office (once Shelter-in-Place is lifted), and willingness to engage in recurring overnight travel in the California region and/or beyond (once Shelter-in-Place is lifted).

  • Basic knowledge of core energy efficiency and building science concepts

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:


  • Experience with Environmental Education

  • Background working on campus-based student outreach/campaigns and projects

  • Experience in energy auditing and/or solar analysis

  • Strong analytic skills, experience with Excel (building spreadsheets, formulas, and data manipulation) and math or science background

  • Basic knowledge of core energy efficiency and building science concepts

  • Prior energy, climate change work experience

  • Working knowledge of greenhouse gas emissions-related activities and current policies and programs

  • Understanding of financial analysis or modeling

  • Marketing/community outreach experience

  • Web/Video Experience

COMPENSATIONThis position offers an hourly rate of $18.50 per hour, medical benefits, paid vacation and sick time.  Beyond monetary compensation, this fellowship affords the candidate significant technical skill and non-profit leadership skills development, fieldwork and networking opportunities.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTSThis position requires the ability to: Read/comprehend, write, perform calculations, communicate orally, reason and analyze, use fine finger movements, use a computer and mouse, sit, stand, walk, drive a motorized vehicle, carry and/or lift up to 25 pounds, reach above shoulder level, bend, squat, crouch, kneel, push/pull, grasp.SEI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We strive to reflect the diverse communities we serve, especially those most impacted by climate change and other kinds of environmental, social, and economic injustices. Persons of color, persons with disabilities, older adults, and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to Apply:

Email cover letter and resume to us at Jobs202@seiinc.org.Please put NPLF Sustainability Education/Workforce in the subject line.  Please indicate in your cover letter your availability to start.No phone calls, please.  Strategic Energy Innovations is an equal opportunity employer.


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We are a rapidly growing, nationwide non-profit law firm that represents lower income seniors facing financial issues. We are looking for a candidate to work closely with our team of receptionists to screen potential clients and provide ongoing support to our existing clients.


 


Our intake staff work to explain how our program can assist potential clients and work to address their specific concerns, directing them to the appropriate paralegals or attorneys to get them the information they need. An ideal candidate would have excellent phone skills, have experience with multi-line phone systems, and be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment. No two days are the same, so flexibility and ability to adapt to changing office needs are key to success. All candidates MUST be proficient with computers, able to use the full Microsoft Office suite, and able operate all types of office machines.


 


We need someone who is a good team player, who can take instruction well and handle feedback, whether positive or negative, and who can work independently when needed. Previous experience in a law firm, a collections office, or in real estate would be beneficial. A good "fit" for us would be able to listen, record information promptly and accurately, learn quickly, and adapt to meet ever changing priorities and duties. Spanish/English bilingual a requirement


 


If you are serious about interviewing for this position, please respond via email with a resume and a short paragraph on why and how you would be a good fit for our office environment.


Company Description

HELPS is a nonprofit law firm and 501(c)(3) charitable organization. We serve senior citizens and disabled persons struggling with debt. HELPS educates senior citizens about maintaining their financial independence. We also provide information and assistance regarding tax, student loan and housing issues.


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The Community Agro-ecology Newtwork (CAN) is seeking an experienced Development and Communications Director who will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development and communications efforts. CAN’s Development and Communications Director will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development efforts. This position is responsible for building relationships and raising significant financial support from foundations, major donor, and grassroots individual donors. The Director develops and implements a communications strategy that supports CAN’s mission and fund development efforts. This position also collaborates closely with CAN’s Executive Director and Board of Directors. Telecommuting acceptable. This position is responsible for raising a total of $600,000,000 in individual, major donor and foundation support yearly.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Direct CAN’s fund development plan



  • Create and direct an annual fund development plan to meet organizational goals, including the achievement of a diversified fund raising base.

  • Develop a revenue and expense budget for fund raising as well as a calendar of activities, based on organizational goals, track performance, and metrics.

  • Coordinate the work of the Development Committee and the Board’s giving activities, as well as collaborate with the Board on successful solicitation and stewardship of major donor efforts. Research, recommend, and implement Development policies in collaboration with the Development Committee of the Board.

  • Thoroughly understand CAN’S mission and all of its programs, and serve as an enthusiastic, effective advocate of the organization in the community, and in front of funders.

  • Build relationships with and learn from CAN’s community partners’ experience of solidarity and philanthropy to inform fund development plan and communications efforts.

  • Ongoing engagement with program staff to learn about program impact and ongoing activities.

  • Create and monitor a Development budget.


2. Develop and implement major donor and grassroots individual donor strategies



  • Plan, develop, and execute strategies to identify, cultivate, and steward individual donors to give to CAN, with a particular focus on broadening relationships with major donors.

  • Build and implement donor cultivation program.

  • Coordinate and facilitate donor cultivation efforts of Board, volunteers, staff, and Executive Director.

  • Create and plan cultivation and small fundraising events, leveraging existing activities and other opportunities.

  • Develops annual campaign theme, writes letter content and e-blasts. Ensures successful management and achievement of campaign goals.

  • Assist in the identification of potential volunteers for annual campaign and other donor efforts.

  • Meet with major donors and major donor prospects as appropriate.


3. Cultivate relationships with foundations



  • Provide leadership for external relationship building with foundations, current and new prospects working closely with CAN’s Executive Director, Board, staff, volunteers and others to identify the linkage, ability, and interests of funding prospects.

  • In collaboration with the Executive and Associate Director, research, plan, and develop all foundation letters of intent/proposals.

  • Contact prospective funders and determine, in consultation with the Executive and Associate Director, the strategy that will be implemented for each proposal.

  • Establish a structure and process involving the Executive and Associate Director for collaborative planning and development of proposal and other needed materials by funders.

  • Exercise leadership and stewardship through regular communication to foundation staff.

  • Maintain master proposal submissions and reports calendar. Assists with editing of reports and required attachments, including financial information. Ensures timely submissions .

  • Responsible for proposal writing, with support from the Executive and Associate Directors, and the preparation of documents, including financial information, required by foundations.

  • Coordinates site visits with potential foundation staff and prepares required information. Attend funding events and represent CAN at these events.


4. Manage CAN’s communications strategy



  • In conversation with the Executive Director and program staff, creates a plan and narrative strategy to promote CAN’s model of food systems change among its supporters and donors through a monthly e-newsletter, social media efforts and communications strategy.

  • Responsible for the production of online and hard copy materials that educate CAN’s supporters on its mission and effectiveness (e.g. annual report and other materials).

  • Write, edit and curate the content of CAN’s website dedicated to educating its base about its mission and attracting donations by maintaining its content current and reflective of CAN’s priorities and strategic direction.

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with food systems related media outlets, suggest stories and articles for publication.

  • Serve as liaison to graphic designers, printers, audio visual artists.


5. Oversee Development infrastructure



  • Maintain high standards for systems and procedures, including donor acknowledgement, database management, budgeting and reporting.

  • Oversee ongoing data entry, record keeping, and maintenance of donors and institutional funders’ records through CAN’s database.

  • Supervise major gift processing and acknowledgments.

  • Collaborate with bookkeeper on reconciliation, audit, and reporting requirements.


 


QUALIFICATIONS


CAN values a mix of skills, including formal education and work experience. First and foremost, the applicant must profoundly share CAN’s mission and vision for social justice, and demonstrate a willingness to learn how social justice and food systems change is practiced by and with partners in CAN’s network. Below, are additional qualifications:



  • B.A. or B.S. degree required; J.D. or Master’s degree appreciated.

  • Fundraising training certification appreciated (e.g. proposal writing, major gifts, etc.)

  • At least 3-5 years in a comparably sized organization working as a full-time, Development Director in the nonprofit sector, managing a similar scope of work, and raising significant support from a diverse base of foundations and individuals or comparable experience.

  • 3-5-year track-record in building relationships with major donors, foundations, and through grassroots fund raising.

  • Excellent judgment and initiative. Persistent and strategic thinker.

  • Proven ability to focus on a high level. Attention to detail.

  • Proven performance in planning and executing major donor and grassroots individual donor campaigns with multiple priorities.

  • Strong networking ability and exceptional interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills. Spanish language appreciated.

  • Demonstrated experience writing proposals to foundations.

  • Ability to write clearly and persuasively about CAN to varied audiences. Strong editing skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to manage website content, e-newsletters and social media.

  • Superior organizational, planning, and management skills.

  • Demonstrated understanding of program development and program evaluation/effectiveness.

  • Able to develop proposal budgets and provide financial analysis.

  • Experience supervising volunteers and staff.

  • Ability to facilitate meetings and conduct fundraising trainings.

  • Leadership ability, dependable, collaborative approach, and commitment/adherence to ethical fundraising practices.

  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.

  • Ability to work independently and meet multiple deadlines on an ongoing basis.

  • Demonstrated respect of, and ability to work with, all people regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic background, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability

  • Ability to travel 1-2 times a year to attend philanthropic conferences and work flexible hours for events


Computer Literacy: Tech savvy required, including successful use of MS Word, MS Excel, Photoshop, Salesforce, Word Press and and email contact applications.


Mathematical Skills: College level math. Able to develop accurate and detailed proposal budgets and fundraising reports.


Reasoning Ability: The Development and Communications Director must be focused on CAN’s strategic and fund raising goals at all times and ensure steady progress towards these milestones. This position requires the ability to exercise good judgment and make strategic decisions that will positively impact CAN’s fund development efforts and overall growth.


 


 


Company Description

CAN, a non-profit organization, is an international network working towards agro ecology and food sovereignty.


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Job Description


The Community Agro-ecology Newtwork (CAN) is seeking an experienced Development and Communications Director who will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development and communications efforts. CAN’s Development and Communications Director will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development efforts. This position is responsible for building relationships and raising significant financial support from foundations, major donor, and grassroots individual donors. The Director develops and implements a communications strategy that supports CAN’s mission and fund development efforts. This position also collaborates closely with CAN’s Executive Director and Board of Directors. Telecommuting acceptable. This position is responsible for raising a total of $600,000,000 in individual, major donor and foundation support yearly.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Direct CAN’s fund development plan



  • Create and direct an annual fund development plan to meet organizational goals, including the achievement of a diversified fund raising base.

  • Develop a revenue and expense budget for fund raising as well as a calendar of activities, based on organizational goals, track performance, and metrics.

  • Coordinate the work of the Development Committee and the Board’s giving activities, as well as collaborate with the Board on successful solicitation and stewardship of major donor efforts. Research, recommend, and implement Development policies in collaboration with the Development Committee of the Board.

  • Thoroughly understand CAN’S mission and all of its programs, and serve as an enthusiastic, effective advocate of the organization in the community, and in front of funders.

  • Build relationships with and learn from CAN’s community partners’ experience of solidarity and philanthropy to inform fund development plan and communications efforts.

  • Ongoing engagement with program staff to learn about program impact and ongoing activities.

  • Create and monitor a Development budget.


2. Develop and implement major donor and grassroots individual donor strategies



  • Plan, develop, and execute strategies to identify, cultivate, and steward individual donors to give to CAN, with a particular focus on broadening relationships with major donors.

  • Build and implement donor cultivation program.

  • Coordinate and facilitate donor cultivation efforts of Board, volunteers, staff, and Executive Director.

  • Create and plan cultivation and small fundraising events, leveraging existing activities and other opportunities.

  • Develops annual campaign theme, writes letter content and e-blasts. Ensures successful management and achievement of campaign goals.

  • Assist in the identification of potential volunteers for annual campaign and other donor efforts.

  • Meet with major donors and major donor prospects as appropriate.


3. Cultivate relationships with foundations



  • Provide leadership for external relationship building with foundations, current and new prospects working closely with CAN’s Executive Director, Board, staff, volunteers and others to identify the linkage, ability, and interests of funding prospects.

  • In collaboration with the Executive and Associate Director, research, plan, and develop all foundation letters of intent/proposals.

  • Contact prospective funders and determine, in consultation with the Executive and Associate Director, the strategy that will be implemented for each proposal.

  • Establish a structure and process involving the Executive and Associate Director for collaborative planning and development of proposal and other needed materials by funders.

  • Exercise leadership and stewardship through regular communication to foundation staff.

  • Maintain master proposal submissions and reports calendar. Assists with editing of reports and required attachments, including financial information. Ensures timely submissions .

  • Responsible for proposal writing, with support from the Executive and Associate Directors, and the preparation of documents, including financial information, required by foundations.

  • Coordinates site visits with potential foundation staff and prepares required information. Attend funding events and represent CAN at these events.


4. Manage CAN’s communications strategy



  • In conversation with the Executive Director and program staff, creates a plan and narrative strategy to promote CAN’s model of food systems change among its supporters and donors through a monthly e-newsletter, social media efforts and communications strategy.

  • Responsible for the production of online and hard copy materials that educate CAN’s supporters on its mission and effectiveness (e.g. annual report and other materials).

  • Write, edit and curate the content of CAN’s website dedicated to educating its base about its mission and attracting donations by maintaining its content current and reflective of CAN’s priorities and strategic direction.

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with food systems related media outlets, suggest stories and articles for publication.

  • Serve as liaison to graphic designers, printers, audio visual artists.


5. Oversee Development infrastructure



  • Maintain high standards for systems and procedures, including donor acknowledgement, database management, budgeting and reporting.

  • Oversee ongoing data entry, record keeping, and maintenance of donors and institutional funders’ records through CAN’s database.

  • Supervise major gift processing and acknowledgments.

  • Collaborate with bookkeeper on reconciliation, audit, and reporting requirements.


 


QUALIFICATIONS


CAN values a mix of skills, including formal education and work experience. First and foremost, the applicant must profoundly share CAN’s mission and vision for social justice, and demonstrate a willingness to learn how social justice and food systems change is practiced by and with partners in CAN’s network. Below, are additional qualifications:



  • B.A. or B.S. degree required; J.D. or Master’s degree appreciated.

  • Fundraising training certification appreciated (e.g. proposal writing, major gifts, etc.)

  • At least 3-5 years in a comparably sized organization working as a full-time, Development Director in the nonprofit sector, managing a similar scope of work, and raising significant support from a diverse base of foundations and individuals or comparable experience.

  • 3-5-year track-record in building relationships with major donors, foundations, and through grassroots fund raising.

  • Excellent judgment and initiative. Persistent and strategic thinker.

  • Proven ability to focus on a high level. Attention to detail.

  • Proven performance in planning and executing major donor and grassroots individual donor campaigns with multiple priorities.

  • Strong networking ability and exceptional interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills. Spanish language appreciated.

  • Demonstrated experience writing proposals to foundations.

  • Ability to write clearly and persuasively about CAN to varied audiences. Strong editing skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to manage website content, e-newsletters and social media.

  • Superior organizational, planning, and management skills.

  • Demonstrated understanding of program development and program evaluation/effectiveness.

  • Able to develop proposal budgets and provide financial analysis.

  • Experience supervising volunteers and staff.

  • Ability to facilitate meetings and conduct fundraising trainings.

  • Leadership ability, dependable, collaborative approach, and commitment/adherence to ethical fundraising practices.

  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.

  • Ability to work independently and meet multiple deadlines on an ongoing basis.

  • Demonstrated respect of, and ability to work with, all people regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic background, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability

  • Ability to travel 1-2 times a year to attend philanthropic conferences and work flexible hours for events


Computer Literacy: Tech savvy required, including successful use of MS Word, MS Excel, Photoshop, Salesforce, Word Press and and email contact applications.


Mathematical Skills: College level math. Able to develop accurate and detailed proposal budgets and fundraising reports.


Reasoning Ability: The Development and Communications Director must be focused on CAN’s strategic and fund raising goals at all times and ensure steady progress towards these milestones. This position requires the ability to exercise good judgment and make strategic decisions that will positively impact CAN’s fund development efforts and overall growth.


 


 


Company Description

CAN, a non-profit organization, is an international network working towards agro ecology and food sovereignty.


See full job description

Job Description


The Community Agro-ecology Newtwork (CAN) is seeking an experienced Development and Communications Director who will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development and communications efforts. CAN’s Development and Communications Director will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development efforts. This position is responsible for building relationships and raising significant financial support from foundations, major donor, and grassroots individual donors. The Director develops and implements a communications strategy that supports CAN’s mission and fund development efforts. This position also collaborates closely with CAN’s Executive Director and Board of Directors. Telecommuting acceptable. This position is responsible for raising a total of $600,000,000 in individual, major donor and foundation support yearly.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Direct CAN’s fund development plan



  • Create and direct an annual fund development plan to meet organizational goals, including the achievement of a diversified fund raising base.

  • Develop a revenue and expense budget for fund raising as well as a calendar of activities, based on organizational goals, track performance, and metrics.

  • Coordinate the work of the Development Committee and the Board’s giving activities, as well as collaborate with the Board on successful solicitation and stewardship of major donor efforts. Research, recommend, and implement Development policies in collaboration with the Development Committee of the Board.

  • Thoroughly understand CAN’S mission and all of its programs, and serve as an enthusiastic, effective advocate of the organization in the community, and in front of funders.

  • Build relationships with and learn from CAN’s community partners’ experience of solidarity and philanthropy to inform fund development plan and communications efforts.

  • Ongoing engagement with program staff to learn about program impact and ongoing activities.

  • Create and monitor a Development budget.


2. Develop and implement major donor and grassroots individual donor strategies



  • Plan, develop, and execute strategies to identify, cultivate, and steward individual donors to give to CAN, with a particular focus on broadening relationships with major donors.

  • Build and implement donor cultivation program.

  • Coordinate and facilitate donor cultivation efforts of Board, volunteers, staff, and Executive Director.

  • Create and plan cultivation and small fundraising events, leveraging existing activities and other opportunities.

  • Develops annual campaign theme, writes letter content and e-blasts. Ensures successful management and achievement of campaign goals.

  • Assist in the identification of potential volunteers for annual campaign and other donor efforts.

  • Meet with major donors and major donor prospects as appropriate.


3. Cultivate relationships with foundations



  • Provide leadership for external relationship building with foundations, current and new prospects working closely with CAN’s Executive Director, Board, staff, volunteers and others to identify the linkage, ability, and interests of funding prospects.

  • In collaboration with the Executive and Associate Director, research, plan, and develop all foundation letters of intent/proposals.

  • Contact prospective funders and determine, in consultation with the Executive and Associate Director, the strategy that will be implemented for each proposal.

  • Establish a structure and process involving the Executive and Associate Director for collaborative planning and development of proposal and other needed materials by funders.

  • Exercise leadership and stewardship through regular communication to foundation staff.

  • Maintain master proposal submissions and reports calendar. Assists with editing of reports and required attachments, including financial information. Ensures timely submissions .

  • Responsible for proposal writing, with support from the Executive and Associate Directors, and the preparation of documents, including financial information, required by foundations.

  • Coordinates site visits with potential foundation staff and prepares required information. Attend funding events and represent CAN at these events.


4. Manage CAN’s communications strategy



  • In conversation with the Executive Director and program staff, creates a plan and narrative strategy to promote CAN’s model of food systems change among its supporters and donors through a monthly e-newsletter, social media efforts and communications strategy.

  • Responsible for the production of online and hard copy materials that educate CAN’s supporters on its mission and effectiveness (e.g. annual report and other materials).

  • Write, edit and curate the content of CAN’s website dedicated to educating its base about its mission and attracting donations by maintaining its content current and reflective of CAN’s priorities and strategic direction.

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with food systems related media outlets, suggest stories and articles for publication.

  • Serve as liaison to graphic designers, printers, audio visual artists.


5. Oversee Development infrastructure



  • Maintain high standards for systems and procedures, including donor acknowledgement, database management, budgeting and reporting.

  • Oversee ongoing data entry, record keeping, and maintenance of donors and institutional funders’ records through CAN’s database.

  • Supervise major gift processing and acknowledgments.

  • Collaborate with bookkeeper on reconciliation, audit, and reporting requirements.


 


QUALIFICATIONS


CAN values a mix of skills, including formal education and work experience. First and foremost, the applicant must profoundly share CAN’s mission and vision for social justice, and demonstrate a willingness to learn how social justice and food systems change is practiced by and with partners in CAN’s network. Below, are additional qualifications:



  • B.A. or B.S. degree required; J.D. or Master’s degree appreciated.

  • Fundraising training certification appreciated (e.g. proposal writing, major gifts, etc.)

  • At least 3-5 years in a comparably sized organization working as a full-time, Development Director in the nonprofit sector, managing a similar scope of work, and raising significant support from a diverse base of foundations and individuals or comparable experience.

  • 3-5-year track-record in building relationships with major donors, foundations, and through grassroots fund raising.

  • Excellent judgment and initiative. Persistent and strategic thinker.

  • Proven ability to focus on a high level. Attention to detail.

  • Proven performance in planning and executing major donor and grassroots individual donor campaigns with multiple priorities.

  • Strong networking ability and exceptional interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills. Spanish language appreciated.

  • Demonstrated experience writing proposals to foundations.

  • Ability to write clearly and persuasively about CAN to varied audiences. Strong editing skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to manage website content, e-newsletters and social media.

  • Superior organizational, planning, and management skills.

  • Demonstrated understanding of program development and program evaluation/effectiveness.

  • Able to develop proposal budgets and provide financial analysis.

  • Experience supervising volunteers and staff.

  • Ability to facilitate meetings and conduct fundraising trainings.

  • Leadership ability, dependable, collaborative approach, and commitment/adherence to ethical fundraising practices.

  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.

  • Ability to work independently and meet multiple deadlines on an ongoing basis.

  • Demonstrated respect of, and ability to work with, all people regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic background, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability

  • Ability to travel 1-2 times a year to attend philanthropic conferences and work flexible hours for events


Computer Literacy: Tech savvy required, including successful use of MS Word, MS Excel, Photoshop, Salesforce, Word Press and and email contact applications.


Mathematical Skills: College level math. Able to develop accurate and detailed proposal budgets and fundraising reports.


Reasoning Ability: The Development and Communications Director must be focused on CAN’s strategic and fund raising goals at all times and ensure steady progress towards these milestones. This position requires the ability to exercise good judgment and make strategic decisions that will positively impact CAN’s fund development efforts and overall growth.


 


 


Company Description

CAN, a non-profit organization, is an international network working towards agro ecology and food sovereignty.


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At Score Nonprofit, we truly believe in making a difference in this world! We do that through offering customized programs to help clients achieve financial dreams through education, credit improvement and strategic partnerships. Whether buying a house, a car, starting a business, building generational wealth or recovering from bankruptcy, Score Nonprofit makes your goal a reality.  We're proud of the work we’ve done and are ready to add to our team. We are looking to build a team of savvy 1099 commission-only sales people.


Rockstar Sales Representative


$30,000+ a year.  Commission Sales Only.  Paid Training.  Work From Home.  Uncapped Commission.  Flexible Hours. 


This is a home-based virtual position.  You will need to use your own laptop/computer, internet and phone.  


If you learn quickly, and know how to sell - you will excel in this position. We are looking for people who are able to take full accountability for themselves and the role so that they are able to make a TON of money!


Responsibilities for Sales Representative:



  • Contact each lead using a combination of phone calls, text, email, Facebook messages or Instagram.

  • Sell company packages to warm leads.

  • Schedule appointments with prospects.

  • Always be closing - aggressive closing skills necessary.

  • Track all sales activities in the company CRM system and keep current by updating account information regularly.

  • Communicate company services manage client expectations and qualify prospects before sign up.

  • Maintain a well-developed pipeline of prospects.

  • Think outside the box for ways to make sales and gain leads.

  • Meet and/or exceed quotas.

  • Coordinate with other team members and departments to optimize the sales effort.

  • Each new lead needs to be contacted within 24 hours


Preferred Qualifications for Sales Representative:



  • At least 1 year of sales experience with proven track record of sales.

  • Cold calling experience.

  • Proven sales closer experience.

  • Up to date knowledge of Social Media

  • Strong phone sales capability.

  • Knowledge of credit reports and the financial industry is a HUGE plus

  • Current knowledge of Social Media.

  • Proven ability to meet and exceed sales quotas.

  • Excellent interpersonal skills.

  • Highly self-motivated.

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.

  • Working knowledge of CRM systems.

  • Must have valid references. WE CHECK.

  • Detail-oriented.

  • Outgoing personality.

  • MUST BE DETERMINED, AGGRESSIVE, SELF-MOTIVATED, AND WANT TO MAKE LOTS OF MONEY!


Perks:



  • We help you fix your credit for FREE

  • The service we are selling is an easy sell because it is something that everyone needs.

  • All leads are warm leads - they've already expressed interest in our services.

  • We are a solid company with an aggressive growth strategy that enables you to get paid tons of money, and grow much much more than you would in a large company.

  • Team environment.

  • Family oriented workplace.

  • Get Paid EVERY Friday.

  • We mentor our team to success.

  • Work from home - unlimited income potential - flexible hours


 



  • For more information on Score Nonprofit:

  • www.scorenonprofit.org

  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/legitimatecreditrepaircompany


  • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scorenonprofit/


  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/LizScore


  • Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/company/score-nonprofit


  • Google Business: https://g.page/score-nonprofit?gm


  • Connect with our CEO, Liz Johnson, on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liz.h.johnson.9/



IF YOU DO NOT HAVE TELESALES EXPERIENCE, COLD CALL EXPERIENCE and WILL NOT WORK IN A COMMISSION ONLY POSITION, please DO NOT submit your resume.


Company Description

Score Nonprofit is a Nonprofit Credit Improvement Organization. We raise credit scores so you can qualify for housing, a car, or a loan. We also build businesses and business credit. Our website is www.scorenonprofit.org.


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 In search of an experienced Bereavement Counselor/Funeral Professional to serve families in the DMV area. Excellent people skills, compassion, high standards, attention to detail, flexibility required. Please send inquiries, resume, and salary requirements to searchnonprofit@gmail.com 


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Community based work in the western Twin Cities. Make a positive impact in the life of a nature and outdoor loving, low-key, gentle adult with Autism/Developmental Challenges. As a Direct Support Professional, you will be a valued member of Customized Options Non-Profit, a cutting-edge, alternative day program. We focus on improving the lives of adults with challenges through personalized education, community involvement and paid work programs. As part of our team, you will assist individuals one-to-one with learning, work options, and communication, social, and behavioral skills. We work directly in the community with local businesses and other organizations in ways designed to meet the needs of those served.


Qualifications:


Seeking outgoing, positive individuals who are committed to helping those we serve achieve their dreams. Must have a good driving record, pass a BCA background check, have a reliable vehicle and cell phone, possess a High School diploma or equivalent.


Experience a plus but not necessary, paid initial training and yearly training.


Hours: Part time day hours with the option of full time hours.


Competitive wages starting at $15 an hour. Employer paid health and dental insurance and paid time off (PTO) starting at 36 hours/week. Room for growth and advancement.


Company Description

Customized Options is a community based non-profit with a mission to lower the unemployment rate while raising educational options for adults with autism and developmental challenges. Since its beginning in 2005, Customized Options has striven to be a leader in the field by working with individuals to overcome daily obstacles, to become more involved in their community and to achieve their goals. By joining our team of professionals, you will be part of making their dreams come true.


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Job Description


Community based work in the western Twin Cities. Make a positive impact in the life of a nature and outdoor loving, low-key, gentle adult with Autism/Developmental Challenges. As a Direct Support Professional, you will be a valued member of Customized Options Non-Profit, a cutting-edge, alternative day program. We focus on improving the lives of adults with challenges through personalized education, community involvement and paid work programs. As part of our team, you will assist individuals one-to-one with learning, work options, and communication, social, and behavioral skills. We work directly in the community with local businesses and other organizations in ways designed to meet the needs of those served.


Qualifications:


Seeking outgoing, positive individuals who are committed to helping those we serve achieve their dreams. Must have a good driving record, pass a BCA background check, have a reliable vehicle and cell phone, possess a High School diploma or equivalent.


Experience a plus but not necessary, paid initial training and yearly training.


Hours: Part time day hours with the option of full time hours.


Competitive wages starting at $15 an hour. Employer paid health and dental insurance and paid time off (PTO) starting at 36 hours/week. Room for growth and advancement.


Company Description

Customized Options is a community based non-profit with a mission to lower the unemployment rate while raising educational options for adults with autism and developmental challenges. Since its beginning in 2005, Customized Options has striven to be a leader in the field by working with individuals to overcome daily obstacles, to become more involved in their community and to achieve their goals. By joining our team of professionals, you will be part of making their dreams come true.


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Job Description


This exciting position develops and implements strategies to source qualified, diverse candidates to meet position requirements from internal, external, and referral candidate pools. This role is primarily responsible for supporting full life cycle recruiting efforts for the company This includes administering the talent acquisition process, ensures compliance with government regulations regarding employment, and working with the Human Resources team processing new hires through the on-boarding experience.



  • Supports and promotes the mission of the company; our team empowers children and families to achieve success in relationships, school, and work through community-based services that advance growth and development.

  • Partners with hiring managers to develop hiring criteria through the identification of core responsibilities and interview strategies for open positions.

  • Provides hiring managers and candidates the highest level of customer service experience.

  • Reviews resumes and screens candidates to obtain information such as work experience, education, training and professional expertise and matches candidate qualifications to job requirements.

  • Pre-screens qualified candidates recommends best-qualified applicants and coordinates interviews with the hiring managers.

  • Provides candidates with a thorough understanding of the company’s operations, culture, employment policies, and benefits.

  • Assists the Director of Marketing and Communication to develop and promote the company’s employment brand for use in recruitment campaigns including the company’s presence on hiring sites.

  • Develops and maintains a pipeline of candidates using the Applicant Tracking System and sources top talent through LinkedIn, cold calling, networking, job postings, and recruitment events.

  • Executes exceptional sourcing strategies and social media campaigns to source talented candidates.

  • Attends job fairs and other off-site recruiting events as assigned and represents our team at such functions.

  • Supports the preparation of hiring and recruitment statistics and analytic reports.

  • Provides feedback and career coaching to employees as it relates to retention and career development.

  • Supports other functional areas within the HR department on various ad hoc assignments.

  • Displays sensitivity to the service population’s cultural and socioeconomics characteristics.

  • Performs work in a safe manner at all times and ensures employees are abiding by safety practices; takes action when employees put themselves or others at risk.

  • Follows all policies, procedures and legal mandates including HIPAA, client confidentiality, releases of information, protected health information (PHI) and client files.

  • Ensures performance and behaviors support the company’s performance quality improvement (PQI) goals and objectives.

  • Reports to work on time and maintains reliable and regular attendance.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field required and one to three years of recruiting experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.



  • Experience and demonstrated ability to manage recruitment campaigns using various social media, resume databases and professional networks.

  • Previous HRIS experience preferred.

  • Minimum 1 years of high-volume recruiting experience with demonstrated understanding of state and federal labor laws.

  • Requires solid sourcing and interviewing/screening and candidate management experience.

  • Ability to manage multiple high priority searches simultaneously.

  • Candidate should possess strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to interact with all levels of professionals. Must be self-motivated, able to work independently, but also as an integral part of a team.

  • Experience utilizing creative resources and techniques to source candidates necessary.

  • Demonstrated flexibility, enthusiasm, initiative, and follow through.

  • Ability to work with all levels of the company in a positive manner and maintain a professional demeanor in challenging situations.

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.


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


Community based work in the western Twin Cities. Make a positive impact in the life of a nature and outdoor loving, low-key, gentle adult with Autism/Developmental Challenges. As a Direct Support Professional, you will be a valued member of Customized Options Non-Profit, a cutting-edge, alternative day program. We focus on improving the lives of adults with challenges through personalized education, community involvement and paid work programs. As part of our team, you will assist individuals one-to-one with learning, work options, and communication, social, and behavioral skills. We work directly in the community with local businesses and other organizations in ways designed to meet the needs of those served.


Qualifications:


Seeking outgoing, positive individuals who are committed to helping those we serve achieve their dreams. Must have a good driving record, pass a BCA background check, have a reliable vehicle and cell phone, possess a High School diploma or equivalent.


Experience a plus but not necessary, paid initial training and yearly training.


Hours: Part time day hours with the option of full time hours.


Competitive wages starting at $15 an hour. Employer paid health and dental insurance and paid time off (PTO) starting at 36 hours/week. Room for growth and advancement.


Company Description

Customized Options is a community based non-profit with a mission to lower the unemployment rate while raising educational options for adults with autism and developmental challenges. Since its beginning in 2005, Customized Options has striven to be a leader in the field by working with individuals to overcome daily obstacles, to become more involved in their community and to achieve their goals. By joining our team of professionals, you will be part of making their dreams come true.


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Organization Overview


Tech Impact is a nonprofit whose mission is to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world. We provide affordable technology services, support, and training to hundreds of nonprofits across the nation. Additionally, we offer proven and award-winning technology training programs, which prepare participants for a career in technology. www.techimpact.org


Tech Impact is a nonprofit organization dedicated to its staff. Applicants should expect a fast-paced environment with frequent exposure to new and challenging problems. Tech Impact expects most employees to move over time into more technical and autonomous roles within the organization.


ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES


The Service Writer will work with Tech Impact existing Managed IT Support clients to provide regular hardware and service reports, communicate with the client contact regularly and assist with new technology projects. The Service Writer will respond to customer requests for new computer setups and other technical projects. The Service Writer will provide hardware, software and service quotes to the customer and provide follow up until the project is scheduled.


PREFERRED SKILLS The candidate must possess:



  • Superb organizational skills and ability to work independently

  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills

  • Understanding of nonprofit community

  • Ability to interface with the technical team to refine sales proposals

  • MS Office and other standard office applications experience

  • Microsoft Office 365 and other cloud technologies

  • MSP experience is preferred


Customer Service



  • Serve as the initial escalation point for customer service issues related to help desk/technical service delivery

  • Maintain strong customer service skills when dealing with clients, vendors, and other Tech Impact partners

  • Advise Account Management of client support or reoccurring technical issues


 


 


QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE SKILL REQUIRED (Minimum education and experience needed to perform the job adequately)



  • Minimum of 3+ years’ experience

  • Ability to follow process and procedures accurately and without fail

  • Ability to multi-task, and enjoy working in a diverse, results-oriented workplace where a premium is placed on teamwork

  • Ability to be positive and actively encourage and mentor others within the team

  • Excellent communication, writing, analytical and creative problem-solving skills.

  • Sense of humor


This is a full-time position. Salary commensurate with experience. Tech Impact observes nine holidays.


Employment Policy


As an equal opportunity employer, Tech Impact embraces diversity and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of age, race, color, creed, sex, gender identity, religion, marital status, veteran’s status, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.


ADA SPECIFICATIONS (Physical demands that must be met in order to successfully complete the essential functions of the job)



  • Requires the ability to speak, hear, see and use a computer and other office related equipment

  • Also requires the ability to sit for extended periods of time, stand, stoop, crawl and lift up to 50 lbs.

  • May require local, regional and national travel


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the individual(s) assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required. Management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties and to assign other duties as necessary. In addition, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.


 


Company Description

Tech Impact is a nonprofit whose mission is to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world.
www.techimpact.org
www.itworks.org
www.cxworks.org
www.punchcode.org
www.techhiredelaware.org


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 ABOUT TECH IMPACT


Tech Impact is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help other nonprofits use technology to better serve


our community. Our services enable nonprofits to plan for, implement, and effectively use technology tools to


achieve their organizational goals. We have offices in Philadelphia PA, Wilmington DE, and Las Vegas NV and have


been delivering services since 2003 to thousands of national and international nonprofit organizations. Tech


Impact clients range from 5 to 600 staff.


Tech Impact is a mission-driven, dog loving, inclusive non-profit.


ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES


The Nonprofit Service Writer will work with existing Managed IT Support clients to assist with new technology


projects. The Service Writer will contact Core clients on a regular basis to provide recommendations for


technology improvements and respond to request tickets assigned by the Help Desk. The Service Writer will


provide hardware, software and service quotes to the customer and provide follow up until the project is


scheduled. The Service Writer will also assist Sales Managers to nurture leads through the sales process and


deliver proposals for technology services including Managed IT Support, network and desktop projects, cloud


planning and migration projects and VoIP phone services for new customers. The Service Writer is responsible to


follow up with prospects to win contracts. Sales goals will be set annually and reviewed quarterly.


PREFERRED SKILLS


The candidate must possess:


· Superb organizational skills and ability to work independently


· Excellent verbal and written communications skills


· Understanding of nonprofit community


· Ability to interface with technical team to refine sales proposals


· MS Office and other standard office applications experience


· Microsoft Office 365 and other cloud technologies


· MSP experience is preferred


QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS


Must have own transportation


Benefits and Logistics


This is a full-time salaried position. Benefits include:



  • Excellent comprehensive healthcare for you and dependents with $0 deductibles and co-pays

  • Retirement contribution plan

  • A culture prioritizing quality of life, flexibility, and growth

  • A place you can be your whole self


 


Company Description

Tech Impact is a nonprofit whose mission is to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world.
www.techimpact.org
www.itworks.org
www.cxworks.org
www.punchcode.org
www.techhiredelaware.org


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Job Description


Nonprofit Accountant, Client Service (Durham, NC or Chicago, IL)


Arabella Advisors seeks an entrepreneurial, socially engaged professional to help our clients launch and manage innovative social sector projects. If you want the opportunity to work with a fast-growing and entrepreneurial team reshaping the charitable sector, then this job is for you. The Nonprofit Accountant – Client Service position will provide exceptional client service to internal stakeholders by applying financial best practices to a wide variety of client situations. You will advise on how to solve complex issues, review financial deliverables for accuracy, and identify process enhancements that will improve financial reporting for our non-profit clients.


 


Essential Responsibilities:



  • Communicate financial information to non-financial stakeholders in a polished, professional manner

  • Provide financial client service to internal colleagues by reviewing and analyzing program financial statements, preparing forecasts, and problem solving as other financial issues or questions arise

  • Review and help prepare financial component of proposals and reports to private foundation funders

  • Aid internal business teams with developing financial reporting strategies to meet funder client and project needs

  • Participate in the preparation of webinar trainings designed for internal staff and external clients on processes and best practices in nonprofit financial management

  • Work in tandem with teammates to identify financial literacy challenges and design tailored training sessions for

  • internal business teams

  • Work collaboratively with non-financial colleagues across multiple departments to improve systems/processes in order to improve accuracy of financial reporting for our clients

  • Maintain and update shared financial templates and team’s knowledge management resources


 


To be successful in this role you’ll need:



  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required in accounting, finance, or related field

  • Minimum of 2 years of financial and grant reporting experience in a nonprofit or client service setting

  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills, both verbal and written, including the ability to write clear and concise correspondence to clients

  • Exceptional organizational skills with the ability to effectively manage multiple projects and competing deadlines

  • Ability to simplify and explain complex financial concepts

  • Strong problem-solving abilities and ability to think quickly on your feet

  • Knowledge of finance and accounting best practices

  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail

  • Proficiency with Excel


 


Other Preferred Skills and Experience:


  • Prior experience managing private foundation grants

  • Financial management experience with fiscal sponsors

 


Our Core Competencies:



  • Ability to provide excellent service to clients, including being able to diagnose and anticipate difficult service challenges, provide proactive and effective client-centered solutions, pass along service lessons to teammates, and demonstrate a strong understanding of the client’s perspective.

  • The ability to effectively manage projects, proactively problem solve, and ensure quality control

  • high level of emotional intelligence and the ability to use that intelligence to appropriately adapt to stakeholders’ needs

  • The ability to effectively help communicate complex and nuanced messages to a variety of audiences, including adapting style, tone and content to meet various needs.

  • The ability to work cooperatively and inclusively with others to achieve shared goals, including supporting efforts that promote a safe and welcoming culture, providing timely and constructive feedback, and highlighting and sharing significant and new knowledge across the team

  • The ability to use available resources and feedback to continually develop mastery in your role and facilitate team learning, including a willingness to request feedback and incorporate it to improve individual performance and to seek out and participate in career-relevant learning activities

  • The ability to take ownership and be creative and solutions-oriented when encountering challenges that don’t have obvious answers, including the ability to solve challenges independently


 


About Arabella Advisors


Arabella Advisors helps foundations, philanthropists and investors who are serious about impact achieve the greatest good with their resources. We work on issues ranging from the social and economic advancement of women and girls, and conservation of our climate and planet, to reducing poverty and inequity in the United States and around the world. Our staff members are mission-driven and action-oriented, and have a unique combination of experience in philanthropy, business, nonprofits, government, finance, law, and other fields. We combine creative, strategic thinking with knowledge and networks developed through decades of hands-on experience. The fastest-growing philanthropic advisory firm in the nation, Arabella is also a certified B Corporation.


 


 


About Arabella’s Managed Organizations Team


Arabella Advisors provides operations and management support to multiple nonprofit organizations, including the New Venture Fund, the Windward Fund, and the Hopewell Fund—all 501(c)(3) public charities—and the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a 501(c)(4). These managed organizations house new and innovative public interest projects and nonprofits, as well as coordinate collaborative initiatives between donors and administer grants programs. This type of structure is commonly referred to as fiscal sponsorship, and candidates are highly encouraged to research fiscal sponsorship prior to a first interview. The managed organizations provide support to a diverse range of projects, including many focused on conservation, global health and civic engagement.


 


Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)


Advancing DEI within our firm and in our work with partners is critical to our mission. To be effective partners to philanthropists, nonprofits, and communities impacted by philanthropic dollars, we need to have a highly diverse staff, a workplace where individuals are encouraged to retain their uniqueness and can feel a sense of belonging, and a nuanced understanding of the racial, ethnic, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status, and other disparities that undergird the issues we engage in and the interactions we have with one another. For us, equity means that our staff members, our clients, and the people they serve can experience the same level of success, no matter their starting place. We expect all our employees to share this commitment, and always seek ways to improve how well we live these values. Click here to learn more about DEI at Arabella and read our official DEI statement.


 


Working with US


We are committed to having a passion-driven, inclusive, transparent, collaborative, healthy, and fun culture. We invite you to visit our careers page to learn more.


 


To encourage work/life balance, we offer flexible work options. Our office is an open space with cubicles and informal work areas. Our salaries are closer to the range of a nonprofit and our benefits are excellent. You’ll start with three weeks of vacation, 80 hours of personal time, and 20 hours of paid time to volunteer at an organization of your choice. In addition to seven federal holidays, you get to pick four more from a list of inclusive religious holidays and your birthday. We have a competitive health package that includes medical, vision, dental, and prescription insurance. We also provide funds for professional development, a fitness benefit, and cover part of your personal cell phone plan.


 


How to Apply


Submit a resume and a one-page cover letter online. The cover letter should address why you’re excited to work at Arabella and why you’re qualified for this specific job.


 


Arabella Advisors is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to racial equity. If we can make the application process easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please let us know.


 


We encourage you to read (or listen to) our DEI statement prior to applying. We make a particular effort to recruit people of color and members of marginalized groups to apply for open positions. Once you have applied, we welcome your feedback on how you have experienced our values around DEI in the recruitment process.


 


While Arabella is open to individuals from various locations applying to join our team, please note that we generally are unable to pay for relocation expenses.


 


We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.


 


Note: The internal title for this position is Financial Analyst


 


Company Description

Arabella Advisors helps foundations, philanthropists and investors who are serious about impact achieve the greatest good with their resources. We work on issues ranging from the social and economic advancement of women and girls, and conservation of our climate and planet, to reducing poverty and inequity in the United States and around the world. Our staff members are mission-driven and action-oriented, and have a unique combination of experience in philanthropy, business, nonprofits, government, finance, law, and other fields. We combine creative, strategic thinking with knowledge and networks developed through decades of hands-on experience. The fastest-growing philanthropic advisory firm in the nation, Arabella is also a certified B Corporation.

Advancing DEI within our firm and in our work with partners is critical to our mission. To be effective partners to philanthropists, nonprofits, and communities impacted by philanthropic dollars, we need to have a highly diverse staff, a workplace where individuals are encouraged to retain their uniqueness and can feel a sense of belonging, and a nuanced understanding of the racial, ethnic, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability status, and other disparities that undergird the issues we engage in and the interactions we have with one another. For us, equity means that our staff members, our clients, and the people they serve can experience the same level of success, no matter their starting place. We expect all our employees to share this commitment, and always seek ways to improve how well we live these values. Click here to learn more about DEI at Arabella and read our official DEI statement.

To encourage work/life balance, we offer flexible work options. Our office is an open space with cubicles and informal work areas. Our salaries are closer to the range of a nonprofit and our benefits are excellent. You’ll start with three weeks of vacation, 80 hours of personal time, and 20 hours of paid time to volunteer at an organization of your choice. In addition to seven federal holidays, you get to pick four more from a list of inclusive religious holidays and your birthday. We have a competitive health package that includes medical, vision, dental, and prescription insurance. We also provide funds for professional development, a fitness benefit, and cover part of your personal cell phone plan.


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Nonprofit Technology Consultant


Tech Impact is hiring a Technology Consultant to join the organization’s nonprofit consulting team. This individual would work with our nonprofit clients to help them design and deploy data systems to meet complex operational and reporting needs. The Technology Consultant will assist organizations in selecting and implementing data tools including databases, online productivity tools, and data visualization and analysis tools. This is a hybrid consultative/hands-on technical position.


About This Role


Tech Impact is seeking a Technology Consultant to provide technical assistance and project management services to new and existing clients. The Technology Consultant will work with clients to help them evaluate their current data solutions, identify gaps, make recommendations, and implement solutions. This individual will help clients with our most common systems – SharePoint, Salesforce, and PowerBI – while having an opportunity to grow their consulting skills and contribute to other kinds of projects.


About Tech Impact


Tech Impact is a 75 person nonprofit organization headquartered in Philadelphia. In addition to workforce development programs (through our ITWorks, CXWorks, and Punchcode programs) and our accessible educational services (through our Idealworks program) we provide technical services to help nonprofits around the world use technology to further their missions.


The Consulting Team at Tech Impact is a 10 person team focused on helping non-profits integrate technology into their mission. Our goal is to change the world by making space for nonprofit staff and constituents to design services that address deep and systemic issues in our societies.


The Consulting Team currently provides services to nonprofits in the areas of technology strategy, data systems, data analytics, and cybersecurity. The team is diverse, power-aware, and focused on societal change.


Expected Responsibilities


The Technology Consultant to provide technical assistance and project management services to new and existing clients. The Technology Consultant will work with clients to help them evaluate their current data solutions, identify gaps, make recommendations, and implement solutions.


This individual will:



  • Perform assessments of clients’ data processes and workflows, helping clients to design and implement better data management systems

  • Research and implement a variety of technologies – both turnkey tools and customizable systems to address the needs of nonprofits – with a focus on:

    • Operational databases for case management and other nonprofit operations

    • Fundraising databases including Salesforce

    • Office 365, Google Apps, and Box for cloud-based collaboration

    • PowerBI and Tableau



  • Provide training and support to nonprofits that reflect Tech Impact’s commitment to empowering direct-service staff and managers to use technology to enable and transform their work


Required Skills


Above all, Data & Strategy Consultants have a passion for social service, excellent written and verbal skills, and an eagerness to take on new challenges and master new skills. Preferred skills include:



  • Experience with the nonprofit sector or other mechanisms for social change

  • Relational database experience (MSSQL, Amazon RDS, Salesforce, etc)

  • Basic Windows and Mac OS troubleshooting skills

  • Experience with one or more common nonprofit data systems or collaboration tools a plus​


Benefits and Logistics


This is a full-time salaried position in our Philadelphia, PA office. Benefits include:



  • Excellent comprehensive healthcare for you and dependents with $0 co-pays

  • 2 work-from-home days a week

  • Matched retirement contribution

  • A culture prioritizing quality of life, flexibility, and home and family life

  • A place you can be your whole self


Compensation will be $40,000 - $50,000 depending on experience. Tech Impact is a nonprofit organization that aims to pay comfortable living wages and an equitable work environment for people who want to prioritize changing the world.


Company Description

Tech Impact is a nonprofit whose mission is to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world.
www.techimpact.org
www.itworks.org
www.cxworks.org
www.punchcode.org
www.techhiredelaware.org


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Job Description


Searching for a talented financial professional to join our growing team on a temporary basis. The position is remote and will last 3-6 months. The Senior Associate will report to the Chief Financial Officer, Managing Director of Finance and Administration, who is based in Los Angeles.


 


Primary Duties and Responsibilities:



  • Internal Reporting – Prepare monthly and quarterly financial statements; analyze financial and firm-wide data to track financial trends; provide grant reporting and track releases for management; provide detailed financial activity reports around revenue and expenses to staff and management; provide support in preparing firm-wide dashboard reports to track performance against benchmarks.

  • Loan Fund – Create and maintain reports for the Financial Services team using the Financial Services database; monitor and forecast loan fund and CDFI covenants to ensure compliance; assist in preparation and analysis of loan fund cash forecasts and recommend borrowing when needed, including maintenance of loans payable database and tracking and payment of loans payable principal and interest due; prepare quarterly investor reports to loan fund investors; monitor and analyze cost of funds and cost of debt.

  • Treasury – Manage all company bank accounts and initiate all money transfers, including loan principal and interest payments.

  • Accounting and Control – Assist Controller and Finance team in monthly and yearend closings, as well as during annual audit process.

  • Board Reporting – Assist in the preparation of financial statements and analysis used by the Board and Board committees.

  • Forecasting – Work with directors and managers to update all aspects of the monthly and full year financial forecast; provide analysis; prepare and analyze cash flow forecasts.

  • Technology and Financial Systems – Help manage and maintain the Adaptive Insights forecasting and reporting system and administer Concur expense reimbursement platform.

  • Government reporting.

  • Other special projects for Finance & Administration, Operations, or other departments as needed.


Essential Requirements for Education and/or Experience:



  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, Public Administration, or relevant field.

  • Highly proficient Excel skills. Proficiency with Word and PowerPoint.

  • Knowledge and/or experience with accounting, financial statements, and reporting.

  • High comfort with numbers and ability to connect numbers with decision-making.

  • Attention to minute detail.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Ability to work as a team member as well as independently.


Specialized Knowledge/Beneficial Skills and Experience:



  • Minimum 4-6 years’ work experience in an office setting.

  • Knowledge of Adaptive Insights, Salesforce, and/or Blackbaud a plus.

  • Experience creating complex financial models, forecasts, and reports

  • Understanding of nonprofit accounting and financial analysis.

  • Prior Loan Fund support experience a plus.

  • Inquisitive nature and willingness to pitch in to all teams.

  • Open to learning new skills and systems and an entrepreneurial work ethic.


Company Description

Financial funding firm that promotes the success of nonprofits by providing capital, strategic consulting, and using our knowledge and influence to transform the funding and financing landscape.


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Job Description


The Community Agro-ecology Newtwork (CAN) is seeking an experienced Development and Communications Director who will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development and communications efforts. CAN’s Development and Communications Director will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development efforts. This position is responsible for building relationships and raising significant financial support from foundations, major donor, and grassroots individual donors. The Director develops and implements a communications strategy that supports CAN’s mission and fund development efforts. This position also collaborates closely with CAN’s Executive Director and Board of Directors. Telecommuting acceptable. This position is responsible for raising a total of $600,000,000 in individual, major donor and foundation support yearly.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Direct CAN’s fund development plan



  • Create and direct an annual fund development plan to meet organizational goals, including the achievement of a diversified fund raising base.

  • Develop a revenue and expense budget for fund raising as well as a calendar of activities, based on organizational goals, track performance, and metrics.

  • Coordinate the work of the Development Committee and the Board’s giving activities, as well as collaborate with the Board on successful solicitation and stewardship of major donor efforts. Research, recommend, and implement Development policies in collaboration with the Development Committee of the Board.

  • Thoroughly understand CAN’S mission and all of its programs, and serve as an enthusiastic, effective advocate of the organization in the community, and in front of funders.

  • Build relationships with and learn from CAN’s community partners’ experience of solidarity and philanthropy to inform fund development plan and communications efforts.

  • Ongoing engagement with program staff to learn about program impact and ongoing activities.

  • Create and monitor a Development budget.


2. Develop and implement major donor and grassroots individual donor strategies



  • Plan, develop, and execute strategies to identify, cultivate, and steward individual donors to give to CAN, with a particular focus on broadening relationships with major donors.

  • Build and implement donor cultivation program.

  • Coordinate and facilitate donor cultivation efforts of Board, volunteers, staff, and Executive Director.

  • Create and plan cultivation and small fundraising events, leveraging existing activities and other opportunities.

  • Develops annual campaign theme, writes letter content and e-blasts. Ensures successful management and achievement of campaign goals.

  • Assist in the identification of potential volunteers for annual campaign and other donor efforts.

  • Meet with major donors and major donor prospects as appropriate.


3. Cultivate relationships with foundations



  • Provide leadership for external relationship building with foundations, current and new prospects working closely with CAN’s Executive Director, Board, staff, volunteers and others to identify the linkage, ability, and interests of funding prospects.

  • In collaboration with the Executive and Associate Director, research, plan, and develop all foundation letters of intent/proposals.

  • Contact prospective funders and determine, in consultation with the Executive and Associate Director, the strategy that will be implemented for each proposal.

  • Establish a structure and process involving the Executive and Associate Director for collaborative planning and development of proposal and other needed materials by funders.

  • Exercise leadership and stewardship through regular communication to foundation staff.

  • Maintain master proposal submissions and reports calendar. Assists with editing of reports and required attachments, including financial information. Ensures timely submissions .

  • Responsible for proposal writing, with support from the Executive and Associate Directors, and the preparation of documents, including financial information, required by foundations.

  • Coordinates site visits with potential foundation staff and prepares required information. Attend funding events and represent CAN at these events.


4. Manage CAN’s communications strategy



  • In conversation with the Executive Director and program staff, creates a plan and narrative strategy to promote CAN’s model of food systems change among its supporters and donors through a monthly e-newsletter, social media efforts and communications strategy.

  • Responsible for the production of online and hard copy materials that educate CAN’s supporters on its mission and effectiveness (e.g. annual report and other materials).

  • Write, edit and curate the content of CAN’s website dedicated to educating its base about its mission and attracting donations by maintaining its content current and reflective of CAN’s priorities and strategic direction.

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with food systems related media outlets, suggest stories and articles for publication.

  • Serve as liaison to graphic designers, printers, audio visual artists.


5. Oversee Development infrastructure



  • Maintain high standards for systems and procedures, including donor acknowledgement, database management, budgeting and reporting.

  • Oversee ongoing data entry, record keeping, and maintenance of donors and institutional funders’ records through CAN’s database.

  • Supervise major gift processing and acknowledgments.

  • Collaborate with bookkeeper on reconciliation, audit, and reporting requirements.


 


QUALIFICATIONS


CAN values a mix of skills, including formal education and work experience. First and foremost, the applicant must profoundly share CAN’s mission and vision for social justice, and demonstrate a willingness to learn how social justice and food systems change is practiced by and with partners in CAN’s network. Below, are additional qualifications:



  • B.A. or B.S. degree required; J.D. or Master’s degree appreciated.

  • Fundraising training certification appreciated (e.g. proposal writing, major gifts, etc.)

  • At least 3-5 years in a comparably sized organization working as a full-time, Development Director in the nonprofit sector, managing a similar scope of work, and raising significant support from a diverse base of foundations and individuals or comparable experience.

  • 3-5-year track-record in building relationships with major donors, foundations, and through grassroots fund raising.

  • Excellent judgment and initiative. Persistent and strategic thinker.

  • Proven ability to focus on a high level. Attention to detail.

  • Proven performance in planning and executing major donor and grassroots individual donor campaigns with multiple priorities.

  • Strong networking ability and exceptional interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills. Spanish language appreciated.

  • Demonstrated experience writing proposals to foundations.

  • Ability to write clearly and persuasively about CAN to varied audiences. Strong editing skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to manage website content, e-newsletters and social media.

  • Superior organizational, planning, and management skills.

  • Demonstrated understanding of program development and program evaluation/effectiveness.

  • Able to develop proposal budgets and provide financial analysis.

  • Experience supervising volunteers and staff.

  • Ability to facilitate meetings and conduct fundraising trainings.

  • Leadership ability, dependable, collaborative approach, and commitment/adherence to ethical fundraising practices.

  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.

  • Ability to work independently and meet multiple deadlines on an ongoing basis.

  • Demonstrated respect of, and ability to work with, all people regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic background, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability

  • Ability to travel 1-2 times a year to attend philanthropic conferences and work flexible hours for events


Computer Literacy: Tech savvy required, including successful use of MS Word, MS Excel, Photoshop, Salesforce, Word Press and and email contact applications.


Mathematical Skills: College level math. Able to develop accurate and detailed proposal budgets and fundraising reports.


Reasoning Ability: The Development and Communications Director must be focused on CAN’s strategic and fund raising goals at all times and ensure steady progress towards these milestones. This position requires the ability to exercise good judgment and make strategic decisions that will positively impact CAN’s fund development efforts and overall growth.


 


 


Company Description

CAN, a non-profit organization, is an international network working towards agro ecology and food sovereignty.


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Job Description


The Community Agro-ecology Newtwork (CAN) is seeking an experienced Development and Communications Director who will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development and communications efforts. CAN’s Development and Communications Director will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development efforts. This position is responsible for building relationships and raising significant financial support from foundations, major donor, and grassroots individual donors. The Director develops and implements a communications strategy that supports CAN’s mission and fund development efforts. This position also collaborates closely with CAN’s Executive Director and Board of Directors. Telecommuting acceptable. This position is responsible for raising a total of $600,000,000 in individual, major donor and foundation support yearly.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Direct CAN’s fund development plan



  • Create and direct an annual fund development plan to meet organizational goals, including the achievement of a diversified fund raising base.

  • Develop a revenue and expense budget for fund raising as well as a calendar of activities, based on organizational goals, track performance, and metrics.

  • Coordinate the work of the Development Committee and the Board’s giving activities, as well as collaborate with the Board on successful solicitation and stewardship of major donor efforts. Research, recommend, and implement Development policies in collaboration with the Development Committee of the Board.

  • Thoroughly understand CAN’S mission and all of its programs, and serve as an enthusiastic, effective advocate of the organization in the community, and in front of funders.

  • Build relationships with and learn from CAN’s community partners’ experience of solidarity and philanthropy to inform fund development plan and communications efforts.

  • Ongoing engagement with program staff to learn about program impact and ongoing activities.

  • Create and monitor a Development budget.


2. Develop and implement major donor and grassroots individual donor strategies



  • Plan, develop, and execute strategies to identify, cultivate, and steward individual donors to give to CAN, with a particular focus on broadening relationships with major donors.

  • Build and implement donor cultivation program.

  • Coordinate and facilitate donor cultivation efforts of Board, volunteers, staff, and Executive Director.

  • Create and plan cultivation and small fundraising events, leveraging existing activities and other opportunities.

  • Develops annual campaign theme, writes letter content and e-blasts. Ensures successful management and achievement of campaign goals.

  • Assist in the identification of potential volunteers for annual campaign and other donor efforts.

  • Meet with major donors and major donor prospects as appropriate.


3. Cultivate relationships with foundations



  • Provide leadership for external relationship building with foundations, current and new prospects working closely with CAN’s Executive Director, Board, staff, volunteers and others to identify the linkage, ability, and interests of funding prospects.

  • In collaboration with the Executive and Associate Director, research, plan, and develop all foundation letters of intent/proposals.

  • Contact prospective funders and determine, in consultation with the Executive and Associate Director, the strategy that will be implemented for each proposal.

  • Establish a structure and process involving the Executive and Associate Director for collaborative planning and development of proposal and other needed materials by funders.

  • Exercise leadership and stewardship through regular communication to foundation staff.

  • Maintain master proposal submissions and reports calendar. Assists with editing of reports and required attachments, including financial information. Ensures timely submissions .

  • Responsible for proposal writing, with support from the Executive and Associate Directors, and the preparation of documents, including financial information, required by foundations.

  • Coordinates site visits with potential foundation staff and prepares required information. Attend funding events and represent CAN at these events.


4. Manage CAN’s communications strategy



  • In conversation with the Executive Director and program staff, creates a plan and narrative strategy to promote CAN’s model of food systems change among its supporters and donors through a monthly e-newsletter, social media efforts and communications strategy.

  • Responsible for the production of online and hard copy materials that educate CAN’s supporters on its mission and effectiveness (e.g. annual report and other materials).

  • Write, edit and curate the content of CAN’s website dedicated to educating its base about its mission and attracting donations by maintaining its content current and reflective of CAN’s priorities and strategic direction.

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with food systems related media outlets, suggest stories and articles for publication.

  • Serve as liaison to graphic designers, printers, audio visual artists.


5. Oversee Development infrastructure



  • Maintain high standards for systems and procedures, including donor acknowledgement, database management, budgeting and reporting.

  • Oversee ongoing data entry, record keeping, and maintenance of donors and institutional funders’ records through CAN’s database.

  • Supervise major gift processing and acknowledgments.

  • Collaborate with bookkeeper on reconciliation, audit, and reporting requirements.


 


QUALIFICATIONS


CAN values a mix of skills, including formal education and work experience. First and foremost, the applicant must profoundly share CAN’s mission and vision for social justice, and demonstrate a willingness to learn how social justice and food systems change is practiced by and with partners in CAN’s network. Below, are additional qualifications:



  • B.A. or B.S. degree required; J.D. or Master’s degree appreciated.

  • Fundraising training certification appreciated (e.g. proposal writing, major gifts, etc.)

  • At least 3-5 years in a comparably sized organization working as a full-time, Development Director in the nonprofit sector, managing a similar scope of work, and raising significant support from a diverse base of foundations and individuals or comparable experience.

  • 3-5-year track-record in building relationships with major donors, foundations, and through grassroots fund raising.

  • Excellent judgment and initiative. Persistent and strategic thinker.

  • Proven ability to focus on a high level. Attention to detail.

  • Proven performance in planning and executing major donor and grassroots individual donor campaigns with multiple priorities.

  • Strong networking ability and exceptional interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills. Spanish language appreciated.

  • Demonstrated experience writing proposals to foundations.

  • Ability to write clearly and persuasively about CAN to varied audiences. Strong editing skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to manage website content, e-newsletters and social media.

  • Superior organizational, planning, and management skills.

  • Demonstrated understanding of program development and program evaluation/effectiveness.

  • Able to develop proposal budgets and provide financial analysis.

  • Experience supervising volunteers and staff.

  • Ability to facilitate meetings and conduct fundraising trainings.

  • Leadership ability, dependable, collaborative approach, and commitment/adherence to ethical fundraising practices.

  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.

  • Ability to work independently and meet multiple deadlines on an ongoing basis.

  • Demonstrated respect of, and ability to work with, all people regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic background, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability

  • Ability to travel 1-2 times a year to attend philanthropic conferences and work flexible hours for events


Computer Literacy: Tech savvy required, including successful use of MS Word, MS Excel, Photoshop, Salesforce, Word Press and and email contact applications.


Mathematical Skills: College level math. Able to develop accurate and detailed proposal budgets and fundraising reports.


Reasoning Ability: The Development and Communications Director must be focused on CAN’s strategic and fund raising goals at all times and ensure steady progress towards these milestones. This position requires the ability to exercise good judgment and make strategic decisions that will positively impact CAN’s fund development efforts and overall growth.


 


 


Company Description

CAN, a non-profit organization, is an international network working towards agro ecology and food sovereignty.


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Job Description


The Community Agro-ecology Newtwork (CAN) is seeking an experienced Development and Communications Director who will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development and communications efforts. CAN’s Development and Communications Director will lead, manage, and implement the organization’s fund development efforts. This position is responsible for building relationships and raising significant financial support from foundations, major donor, and grassroots individual donors. The Director develops and implements a communications strategy that supports CAN’s mission and fund development efforts. This position also collaborates closely with CAN’s Executive Director and Board of Directors. Telecommuting acceptable. This position is responsible for raising a total of $600,000,000 in individual, major donor and foundation support yearly.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Direct CAN’s fund development plan



  • Create and direct an annual fund development plan to meet organizational goals, including the achievement of a diversified fund raising base.

  • Develop a revenue and expense budget for fund raising as well as a calendar of activities, based on organizational goals, track performance, and metrics.

  • Coordinate the work of the Development Committee and the Board’s giving activities, as well as collaborate with the Board on successful solicitation and stewardship of major donor efforts. Research, recommend, and implement Development policies in collaboration with the Development Committee of the Board.

  • Thoroughly understand CAN’S mission and all of its programs, and serve as an enthusiastic, effective advocate of the organization in the community, and in front of funders.

  • Build relationships with and learn from CAN’s community partners’ experience of solidarity and philanthropy to inform fund development plan and communications efforts.

  • Ongoing engagement with program staff to learn about program impact and ongoing activities.

  • Create and monitor a Development budget.


2. Develop and implement major donor and grassroots individual donor strategies



  • Plan, develop, and execute strategies to identify, cultivate, and steward individual donors to give to CAN, with a particular focus on broadening relationships with major donors.

  • Build and implement donor cultivation program.

  • Coordinate and facilitate donor cultivation efforts of Board, volunteers, staff, and Executive Director.

  • Create and plan cultivation and small fundraising events, leveraging existing activities and other opportunities.

  • Develops annual campaign theme, writes letter content and e-blasts. Ensures successful management and achievement of campaign goals.

  • Assist in the identification of potential volunteers for annual campaign and other donor efforts.

  • Meet with major donors and major donor prospects as appropriate.


3. Cultivate relationships with foundations



  • Provide leadership for external relationship building with foundations, current and new prospects working closely with CAN’s Executive Director, Board, staff, volunteers and others to identify the linkage, ability, and interests of funding prospects.

  • In collaboration with the Executive and Associate Director, research, plan, and develop all foundation letters of intent/proposals.

  • Contact prospective funders and determine, in consultation with the Executive and Associate Director, the strategy that will be implemented for each proposal.

  • Establish a structure and process involving the Executive and Associate Director for collaborative planning and development of proposal and other needed materials by funders.

  • Exercise leadership and stewardship through regular communication to foundation staff.

  • Maintain master proposal submissions and reports calendar. Assists with editing of reports and required attachments, including financial information. Ensures timely submissions .

  • Responsible for proposal writing, with support from the Executive and Associate Directors, and the preparation of documents, including financial information, required by foundations.

  • Coordinates site visits with potential foundation staff and prepares required information. Attend funding events and represent CAN at these events.


4. Manage CAN’s communications strategy



  • In conversation with the Executive Director and program staff, creates a plan and narrative strategy to promote CAN’s model of food systems change among its supporters and donors through a monthly e-newsletter, social media efforts and communications strategy.

  • Responsible for the production of online and hard copy materials that educate CAN’s supporters on its mission and effectiveness (e.g. annual report and other materials).

  • Write, edit and curate the content of CAN’s website dedicated to educating its base about its mission and attracting donations by maintaining its content current and reflective of CAN’s priorities and strategic direction.

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with food systems related media outlets, suggest stories and articles for publication.

  • Serve as liaison to graphic designers, printers, audio visual artists.


5. Oversee Development infrastructure



  • Maintain high standards for systems and procedures, including donor acknowledgement, database management, budgeting and reporting.

  • Oversee ongoing data entry, record keeping, and maintenance of donors and institutional funders’ records through CAN’s database.

  • Supervise major gift processing and acknowledgments.

  • Collaborate with bookkeeper on reconciliation, audit, and reporting requirements.


 


QUALIFICATIONS


CAN values a mix of skills, including formal education and work experience. First and foremost, the applicant must profoundly share CAN’s mission and vision for social justice, and demonstrate a willingness to learn how social justice and food systems change is practiced by and with partners in CAN’s network. Below, are additional qualifications:



  • B.A. or B.S. degree required; J.D. or Master’s degree appreciated.

  • Fundraising training certification appreciated (e.g. proposal writing, major gifts, etc.)

  • At least 3-5 years in a comparably sized organization working as a full-time, Development Director in the nonprofit sector, managing a similar scope of work, and raising significant support from a diverse base of foundations and individuals or comparable experience.

  • 3-5-year track-record in building relationships with major donors, foundations, and through grassroots fund raising.

  • Excellent judgment and initiative. Persistent and strategic thinker.

  • Proven ability to focus on a high level. Attention to detail.

  • Proven performance in planning and executing major donor and grassroots individual donor campaigns with multiple priorities.

  • Strong networking ability and exceptional interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills. Spanish language appreciated.

  • Demonstrated experience writing proposals to foundations.

  • Ability to write clearly and persuasively about CAN to varied audiences. Strong editing skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to manage website content, e-newsletters and social media.

  • Superior organizational, planning, and management skills.

  • Demonstrated understanding of program development and program evaluation/effectiveness.

  • Able to develop proposal budgets and provide financial analysis.

  • Experience supervising volunteers and staff.

  • Ability to facilitate meetings and conduct fundraising trainings.

  • Leadership ability, dependable, collaborative approach, and commitment/adherence to ethical fundraising practices.

  • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality.

  • Ability to work independently and meet multiple deadlines on an ongoing basis.

  • Demonstrated respect of, and ability to work with, all people regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic background, culture, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability

  • Ability to travel 1-2 times a year to attend philanthropic conferences and work flexible hours for events


Computer Literacy: Tech savvy required, including successful use of MS Word, MS Excel, Photoshop, Salesforce, Word Press and and email contact applications.


Mathematical Skills: College level math. Able to develop accurate and detailed proposal budgets and fundraising reports.


Reasoning Ability: The Development and Communications Director must be focused on CAN’s strategic and fund raising goals at all times and ensure steady progress towards these milestones. This position requires the ability to exercise good judgment and make strategic decisions that will positively impact CAN’s fund development efforts and overall growth.


 


 


Company Description

CAN, a non-profit organization, is an international network working towards agro ecology and food sovereignty.


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Job Description


Our firm's mission is to help local charities achieve their mission through a face to face, event-based fundraising.


Responsibilities:



  • Establish strong person to person relationships with customers

  • Answer customer questions in person at our events representing our clients with the utmost professionalism

  • Inform customers of the details and specifications of our clients / nonprofit partnerships

  • Work closely with event executives to execute events to the standards of our clients


Requirements



  • Bachelor’s degree preferred; bachelor’s degree in social service-related field is a bonus.

  • Strong management skills including planning, coordination and supervision

  • This position will require a highly organized individual, with excellent follow up skills as well as the ability to overcome objections and obstacles in the pursuit of success

  • Ability to establish and maintain professional boundaries in working with clients, volunteers and donors.

  • The successful candidate will have the ability to work well under stressful conditions, negotiate different personalities and work under competing priorities while managing a wide variety of tasks.

  • Must be prompt and dependable.


Please consider applying if you have a background or experience in: sorority or fraternity philanthropy, athletics (specifically giving back to the community), charity organizations, fundraising, customer service, event planning / coordinating, retail experience or sales experience within a high-end environment, public speaking skills, volunteer experience


COVID-19 considerations:
We are taking all necessary precautions related to COVID19 and the use of masks and face coverings is encouraged. We're also enforcing social distancing, avoiding handshakes and promote constant hand-washing.



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Job Description


 Leading advocacy nonprofit seeks a direct-hire Executive Assistant to support their CEO who has served in this role since the group's founding. This position will provide direct support to the CEO and ensure priorities are set, internal deadlines are met, and the leadership team maintains a productive relationship with the Board of Directors


Responsibilities include:



  • Maintaining the CEO's calendar by prioritizing meeting requests, proactively blocking time for projects, and alerting them to schedule changes

  • Planning the staff, leadership team, board meetings and retreats, creating agendas, taking minutes, and disseminating notes following events

  • Serving as a liaison to other departments and external stakeholders to plan meetings, special projects, and initiatives 

  • Coordinating calls on behalf of the CEO, preparing materials and invitations for those calls

  • Drafting and managing communications from the CEO's office

  • Preparing, collecting, and archiving all records related to board relations including meeting minutes, contact lists, summaries, and procedural guides 

  • Compiling board profiles and ensuring master pipeline of prospects is kept up to date

  • Onboarding new board members

  • Scheduling all travel and completing expense reports on behalf of the CEO 


Qualifications:



  • Passion for human rights, advocacy, and development issues 

  • Ability to rapidly problem solve while maintaining a diplomatic tone

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 


Requirements: 



  • Five years of experience in a senior administrative role providing support to executive level staff

  • Previous experience managing relationships with the board  


Not the right role for you? To be considered for other openings with Whitman Associates Inc, please submit your resume to us directly by emailing resumes@whitmanjobs.com. Due to the high volume of applications, we are unable to respond to each candidate individually.


Company Description

Whitman Associates, Inc. specializes in the search and placement of temp, temp to hire and permanent office support personnel. Whitman Associates was established in 1972 as one of the finest firms in the area.


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Job Description


The East Oakland Community Project (EOCP) seeks an experienced Associate Director of Programs who has extensive experience in housing related programs,contract/budget management, strategic planning, quality assurance, and audits. EOCP’s Associate Director of Programs assists the Executive Director in planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating services and budgetary activities of the organization. She/he will assume responsibilities for oversight of EOCP in the absence of the Executive Director. In addition, she/he is a member of the EOCP’s Leadership Team. This position represents EOCP as directed by the Executive Director in various policy boards and committees of the community and/or local government.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES


STRATEGIC PLANNING AND AGENCY OVERSIGHT



  • In collaboration with the Executive Director and the Leadership Team, leads and participates in the development of EOCP’s strategic direction

  • Participates in yearly development of agency and program budgets as well as development of agency fiscal policies in collaboration with the Executive Director, Lead Accountant, other managerial positions at EOCP

  • Analyzes and recommends organizational, procedural, program, budget and personnel management changes

  • Develops, implements and communicates policies and procedures for program and organization

  • Represents EOCP in community meetings

  • Participates in agency meetings (e.g. staff training, case conference, shift change)

  • In the absence of the Executive Director, provides oversight to the Director of Transitional Housing Services, Operations Director, Human Resources Manager, Lead Accountant and Quality Assurance Manager


 


PROGRAM MANAGEMENT



  • Oversees/manages the following programs: Realignment, Oakland Together for Vets Collaborative (OTVC), Respite Care, Crossroads Emergency Housing Programs, Family Rapid Rehousing, and Coordinated Entry for Singles

  • Assesses and monitors the effectiveness of housing placement and supportive services of the stated programs. Recommends program enhancements to assure provision and high quality services for clients

  • Ensures that clients are selected for the Shelter Plus Care unit on 73rd Street. Coordinates placements with Operations Director to make sure that units are habitable. Manages tenant complaints ongoing


 


HIRING, SUPERVISION, AND TRAINING



  • Supervises the following positions on an ongoing basis: Realignment Lead Case Manager, Oakland Together for Vets Manager, Crossroads Case Management Services Manager, Crossroads Residential Services Manager, Respite Care Manager, Family Services Manager and Coordinated Entry for Singles Administrative Manager

  • Conducts written performance evaluations on all supervisees annually

  • Responsible for developing program staff’s skill base, both as individuals and as a group to ensure adherence to program standards and agency philosophy. Ensures the use of Housing First, Motivational Interviewing, and Harm Reduction principles among staff/teams

  • Ensures a client centered culture throughout all programs

  • Participates in the hiring and supervision process of staff for the programs already identified and as needed for other positions at EOCP


 


CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE



  • Provides monthly written report on programs to the Executive Director

  • Seeks funding sources for programs as needed

  • Participates in contract negotiations

  • Analyzes program and/or agency data through HMIS

  • Reports to and makes recommendations to Executive Director regarding programmatic changes to increase client accessibility and housing retention success


 


QUALIFICATIONS


EDUCATION, CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES REQUIRED Master’s degree, preferred in Mental Health or Social Related Studies or equivalent degree or 10 years of equivalent experience



  • Valid California’s driver’s license, insurance and access to an automobile. Proof of insurance and additional insured endorsement required.

  • Must pass and maintain annual Tuberculosis Test

  • Must pass Department of Justice Fingerprint screening


 


MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE REQUIRED



  • Ten or more years of experience in program development and management, including planning, organizing, directing, coordinating and implementing services, including staff supervision and training in a nonprofit, community-based setting

  • Five to 10 years of developing and managing budgets

  • Advanced knowledge of principles and practices of program management and administration, governmental policy, financial analysis

  • Knowledge and experience of intensive case management, housing placement and retention strategies

  • Ability to assess program needs

  • Experience in developing, planning and implementing programs and services to very low income, homeless individuals and individuals living with addictions and co-occurring issues


 


LANGUAGE SKILLS



  • Excellent verbal and writing skills

  • Excellent public speaking skills


 


COMPUTER SKILLS



  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel

  • Must be able to utilize the Internet for research and email correspondence

  • Extensive experience using client/program databases


 


PHYSICAL DEMANDS


The physical demands described here are representative of that which an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations can be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.



  • Good general health, physical stamina and emotional stability are essential

  • Ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines in a timely manner

  • Able to remain focused in the face of pressure and cope with a fast paced environment

  • Ability to hear with normal range and communicate effectively in person or via telephone in a manner which can be understood by those with whom the person is speaking, including a diverse population

  • Requires physical ability remain seated at a desk for long periods of time and manual dexterity to operate word processing equipment with skill, speed and accuracy.

  • Must be able to view computer for long periods of time, and should have 20/20 vision naturally or with correction

  • On occasion must lift up to 10 LBS


 


Company Description

Founded in 1990, EOCP is a dynamic and growing organization that provides safety net and rapid re-housing services to a diverse base of homeless individuals in Alameda County, including single adults, families, young adults, seniors and people living with HIV/AIDS.


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Job Description


Flux is currently looking for a Marketing Associate that will be responsible of growing our clients’ market share with a huge focus on customer attraction and retention.


General responsibilities:



  • Act as liaison between clients and their customers

  • Act as liaison between clients and the sales team

  • Devise and implement sales and marketing strategies

  • Track results throughout and at end of campaigns

  • Attend team meetings when scheduled

  • Participate in ongoing training

  • Face to face client presentations


Qualifications:



  • BA in Marketing or Communications is a plus

  • Have better than average communication skills

  • Are able to easily converse with a wide range of people

  • Are pleasant with a warm smile at all times

  • Are adept at working with people


We are interviewing throughout the week, please submit your resume and the HR team will get back to you ASAP.



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 Our nonprofit client is looking to add a full-time Accountant to their team! 



  • We need a very strong accomplished accountant.

  • Must know and have experience with management of federal grant reporting and audits.

  • Must have excellent to expert understanding of Quickbooks.

  • Must have a minimum of 10 recent/current years non profit grant accounting experience.

  • Must have be currently working or have been working in an accounting role within the past 3 months.

  • Full charge bookkeeping, accounting analysis, account & bank reconciliation, audit preparation, 403 B preparation and understanding, monthly reporting, AR & AP, managing multiple revenue streams a must. 


If you have the skills, apply with Primary Services today!



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Job Description


What you will be doing:



  • Oversee efforts of multiple client engagements within a wide variety of nonprofit organizations with the ability to manage/budget.

  • Maintain contact with clients to manage expectations, ensure satisfaction, and lead change efforts effectively

  • Work with client base to make recommendations on operational/process improvements and act as a client advisor.

  • Demonstrated thorough knowledge and proficiency in advanced technical skills necessary for advising clients.


 What you need to qualify:



  • 5+ years of progressive audit experience

  • Experience auditing Nonprofit Organizations as well as those requiring audits under the Uniform Guidance

  • Excellent analytical, technical, and auditing skills

  • Proficiency in US GAAP, GAAS, and Uniform Guidance

  • Active CPA License


Company Description

We work with the world’s most compelling companies to build
a strong and professional network of incredible talent.

We service all industries, including:

Healthcare
Technology
Engineering
Finance
Consumer
Legal
Non-Profit
More


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Job Description


Operations and Production Manager oversees staff and logistics related to production, order fulfillment, administration, and headquarters day-to-day functions. Manages, trains, and coaches the fulfillment team with a mission focused mindset that fosters a supportive, healthy work environment and contributes to greater organizational projects as needed to support mission and team objectives.


What you excel at: Driving operational excellence and efficiencies.


What success looks like: As a direct result of your operational success, Second Chance Initiative increases orders, reduces expenses and is able to fulfill its mission to support more women in recovery.


Key metrics: Operational efficiency (cost savings), sales growth (units sold) and a healthy, supportive work environment (employee retention).


What you do on a typical day: Manage and lead the day-to-day operations of our headquarters and virtual teams to ensure timely order fulfillment and operational excellence.


This role is a primarily an in-office position. Second Chance Initiative is located in Boca Raton, Florida.


 


Order Fulfillment and Production


● Leads the seamless execution and fulfillment of customer orders.


● Directs day-to-day operations at headquarters, managing both in-office and virtual fulfillment teams.


● Responsible for inventory, replenishment, quality, and cost control.


 


Operations and Administration:


● Manages scheduling, payroll and bookkeeping and prepares reports and financial records.


● Creates and maintains filing systems both electronic and physical.


● Ensure efficient standards and maintenance of all equipment, technology, and machinery.


● Conducts accurate and timely inventory, replenishment, and purchasing within budget guidelines and maintains relationships with key vendors, customers, and stakeholders.


 


Leadership and Development:


● Oversees teams in fulfillment and administration, supervising 5 - 30 team members and volunteers and assisting in recruiting and selection process.


● Inspires and motivates team members to perform at their best through positive encouragement, coaching, mentoring and job training.


● Administers policies, procedures, and guidelines of the Organization.


● Communicates with the Senior Leadership and collaborates on organizational objectives.


 


Key Skills/requirements:


● Bachelor’s degree in Business or Operations management, or related field.


● Prior experience in management, operations, production, and/or administration.


● Knowledge in Microsoft office applications and QuickBooks preferred.


● Strong organization, time-management, and communication skills.


● Solid Interpersonal and professional judgement with a solution-oriented, resourceful mindset.


● Ability to stand on feet and handle basic machinery and equipment.


● Ability to work primarily in-office in Boca Raton, Florida and virtually, to the needs of the organization.


● A deep-seated passion to align with the mission of the organization.


 


 


Company Description

Second Chance Initiative is a nonprofit, social enterprise experiencing tremendous growth! Our mission is to create jobs that help women in recovery flourish. Since launching in November 2018, we have created 38 jobs for local women in recovery who are transitioning back into the workforce.

The women we work with are survivors who are looking for a hand up not a handout. We offer them an opportunity to earn an income, hone new skills, and plan their next move - in a judgement-free, safe, and nurturing environment.

We create the jobs through our social enterprise, a product-based e-commerce shop hosted on Etsy, a global marketplace for handmade goods. This approach enables us to self-fund a portion of our program while giving our program participants relevant and marketable work experience. Visit us at her2ndchance.org and Shop with us at secondchancemugs on etsy.com. With your help we can change the trajectory of women’s lives.


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Job Description


A stable and reputable nonprofit organization is looking to hire an Accounting Manager - This is a great opportunity for someone to learn from an amazing leadership team and make a valuable impact to the team while growing themselves professionally. This organization offers an ideal culture, great benefits, and so much more!


Offering:



  • A collaborative and relaxed environment within a modern office

  • Amazing mission!

  • Accessibility to Executive leadership

  • Excellent benefits and PTO policy with a favorable work/life balance


Qualified candidates will have a solid work ethic and a strategic mindset, as well as the desire to build a long-term career with a dynamic company. This is a key role within the accounting department and the Accounting Manager will have the opportunity to train and mentor junior staff and assist with enhancements to their processes and procedures.


Responsibilities:



  • Provide oversight to the month-end close process

  • Manage revenue and expenses as well as grants

  • Provide support to internal and external auditors

  • Prepare schedules and analysis to support quarterly financial statement review

  • Train, mentor and provide oversight to junior staff


Qualifications:



  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance

  • CPA is a plus but not required

  • 5+ years of full-cycle accounting experience within the nonprofit industry

  • Public accounting experience is a plus

  • Strong MS Excel skills and experience working with accounting systems

  • Great personality with strong communication and presentation skills


Company Description

CFS is a leading, employee-owned staffing firm—the largest one founded by CPA firms. With more than two decades of experience helping companies locate, attract and hire exceptional accounting, finance & IT professionals, CFS has unique resources to better understand hiring needs, attract higher-caliber candidates and assess candidate potential. Established in 1994, CFS today operates 30+ offices across 21 states and the Caribbean. Serving most major U.S. markets and beyond, CFS connects companies with candidates, from entry-level to executive level, temporary to direct hire and project support to interim management.

CFS was named to Forbes’ list of “Best Professional Recruiting Firms” three years in a row and also cited by LinkedIn as one of the “Most Socially Engaged Staffing Agencies” two years in a row!


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