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AmeriCorps Project Coordinator (Fall 2024)

As the AmeriCorps Project Coordinator, you will oversee key aspects of the client/homeowner experience of receiving critical home repair services from Rebuilding Together Montgomery County. You will be instrumental in the management of projects from start to finish, especially as the primary point of contact for clients during the program delivery process. Beginning with the initial visit to assess the client’s home repair needs, through the completion of the scope of work and final project evaluation, you will support clients through the repair process, manage the home repair projects with contracts and volunteers, and ensures proper paperwork and documentation are signed and filed. You will coordinate with clients, skilled volunteers, community partners, vendors, inspectors, and program staff to develop and implement sustainable and effective project logistics practices.  For more information, click here.

AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator (Fall 2024)

As the AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator, you will oversee key aspects of the client/homeowner experience of receiving critical repair services from Rebuilding Together Montgomery County. In this position, you will strive to build trust within the community and awareness among targeted populations most in need of our services. You will act as the primary point of contact for clients during the application process, ensuring a high level of client communication and support throughout the recruitment, intake, and case close-out stages. In this position, you will work closely with the rest of the Program team to improve the efficiency of the home repair process by decreasing approval wait-time and communicating important client-specific information to the Program team before home visits.  For more information, click here.

Legislative Attorney – Montgomery County Council

The Montgomery County Council is hiring a Legislative Attorney.  The Legislative Attorney provides advice and counsel to the Montgomery County Council and its Councilmembers, who serve over 1 million diverse and engaged residents.  The position works directly with Councilmembers, senior staff, County departments, and other stakeholders to develop and draft complex, often unprecedented, local laws.  In addition to drafting legislation, the position provides in-depth written and oral analysis and advice regarding legal and policy issues at Council and committee meetings.  For more information click here.

Executive Director, Washington Revels

Washington Revels’ next Executive Director (ED) will lead staff, volunteers, and other members of our community in our mission to connect people of all generations and backgrounds, celebrating our diverse cultural traditions and shared humanity through educational and participatory performing arts. The ED will build on our organization’s 42-year record of success to expand the reach, impact, and sustainability of our programming.  Click here for more information.

Office Assistant, Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity, Metro Maryland is looking for an Office Assistant. Reporting to the Director of Administration, the Office Assistant will provide primarily office and basic financial support to the organization in general and the Director of Administration in particular.  For more information, click here.

Director of Individual Giving, Strathmore

As the Director of Individual Giving at Strathmore, you’ll join a dedicated team that believes the arts are as primal as nature and essential as love. As a strategic and mission-driven frontline fundraiser, you will play a crucial role in advancing Strathmore’s mission and values by spearheading the growth of contributed revenue opportunities from individual donors. Salary is commensurate with experience, starting from $90,000 to $100,000 with a generous benefits package. Click here for a full position description and to apply. For best consideration, please submit a cover letter and resume by June 21, 2024. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

President & CEO

The Healthcare Initiative Foundation (HIF) is seeking a creative and dynamic leader to serve as the Foundation’s President and CEO.   For over 50 years, HIF has invested in organizations that offer innovative solutions in the delivery of health, wellness, and social services to help address social determinants of health, and improve life expectancy.  The Board of Trustees invites applicants who share our vision of a community where all residents have access to high quality, comprehensive health, wellness and social services delivered in a culturally responsive, equitable manner.   For a complete job description, please click here.

Senior Nonprofit and Social Impact Consultant

Lassiter & Associates is seeking a dynamic and motivated individual to join our team as a Senior Nonprofit and Social Impact Consultant. In this role, you will play a pivotal part in guiding our clients towards sustainable growth, effective governance, and impactful social outcomes. This role will support Lassiter & Associates’ non-profit and foundation clients. As a senior consultant, you will have the opportunity to work with a diverse range of organizations, helping them navigate complex challenges and maximize their potential for success. For more info or to apply, please click here. 

Project Manager

The Project Manager for the Customer Experience Department of the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), will drive and support continuous improvement initiatives aimed at enhancing the overall customer experience. You will play a crucial role in identifying areas of improvement, implementing process enhancements, and monitoring the effectiveness of implemented changes. Your efforts will contribute to the agency’s goal of providing exceptional service and satisfaction to riders. For a complete job description, please click here. Resumes and questions should be submitted to Roxana Beyranvand at

Rider Outreach Specialist

As a Rider Talker for the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), your primary responsibility will be to survey and collect data from public transport riders, including buses, light rail, metro, and MARC trains. Your role is crucial in obtaining valuable feedback and insights from riders to improve the overall public transportation experience. You will play an important part in understanding the needs and preferences of the ridership and communicating this information to the relevant stakeholders within the transit agency. Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. For a complete job description, please click here. Resumes and questions should be submitted to Roxana Beyranvand at

Executive Director

Southeast Community Development Corporation is one of the oldest community development corporations in Baltimore, MD. The Executive Director is hired by and reports to the Southeast CDC’s board of directors. Many of the Executive Director’s responsibilities are “standard” for a nonprofit executive, namely:  Provide leadership to our staff members to ensure the organization’s effectiveness; Oversee Southeast CDC’s general operations and finances; Establish and steward professional relationships with community partners and funders; Represent Southeast CDC to a broad array of audiences. For more information or to apply, please click here.

(Senior) Director of Operations & Financial Services

Intentional Philanthropy is seeking an experienced (Senior) Director of Operations & Financial Services to join a skilled team to oversee the day-to-day financial and operational functions of our growing consulting firm. As (Senior) Director Operations & Financial Services, you will work closely with the CEO and leadership team to ensure smooth business operations, maximize efficiency, and enable our multi-disciplinary team to focus on client excellence.  Click here for details.

Director of Movement Building, Director of Resource Organizing, Director of Storytelling

The Emergent Fund (501c3) and our political arm Emergent Action Fund (501c4) are movement rapid response funds led by and for organizers with intersectional, collective liberation values. We serve as one of the few open, accessible trust-based, no strings attached grants for rapid response and emergent organizing led by frontline Black, Indigenous, and people of color. As a nationally recognized philanthropy culture disruptor and praxis leader, Emergent Fund challenges power in who we fund as well as with how we fund. As critical movement infrastructure, our highest work accountability is to deliver real material change and resources that our frontline movement partners need to protect our communities and build a thriving world.  We are hiring for three positions, click here for more information.

Executive Director

Community Justice seeks a highly motivated, passionate, and experienced executive to lead the organization, guiding the team in a fast-paced environment, generating new revenue, overseeing operations, and ensuring the successful implementation of the Community Justice strategy. The Executive Director will play a pivotal role in implementing, articulating, shaping, and promoting Community Justice’s mission, vision, and strategic direction and advocating for policies at the local, state, and federal levels to end gun violence.  For more information, click here.

Manager of Program Services

Rebuilding Together Montgomery County is looking for a Manager of Program Services.   The role is primarily responsible for the planning, staging, and execution of single day volunteer projects aimed at providing critical repairs, home modifications, and beautification for homeowners and nonprofit facilities. Typically, these projects occur 1-2 times a month throughout Montgomery County and consist of an average of 15-30 volunteers. The MPS will work with the Program Team to execute these events and be able to work in partnership with other Program Staff during project staging and the project day..  For more information, click here.

Conflict Resolution Specialist

The Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights (OEJECR) is looking for a Conflict Resolution Specialist.  Click here for more information.

Executive Director for Transit Development and Delivery

Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director for Transit Development and Delivery. This senior management leadership position is responsible for overseeing project development and delivery of major capital projects, including the Purple Line Light Rail Project outside Washington DC, the East-West Corridor Project in Baltimore, the Southern Maryland Rapid Transit Project in southern Maryland, other upcoming Regional Transit corridors from the Central Maryland Regional Transit Plan, and future commuter rail projects. The position reports jointly to the MDOT Secretary and the MTA Administrator.   Click here for details.

Executive Assistant and Community Engagement Coordinator

The Takoma/Langley Crossroads Development Authority, Inc. is a 501(c) 6 business association created by the City of Takoma Park in 1987 to provide marketing/promotion, maintenance, security and amenities for the Takoma/Langley Crossroads Commercial District. With a recent change in leadership, our organization is undergoing a transformative phase led by a dynamic new Executive Director. As we embark on a journey towards rebranding and restructuring, we are seeking an experienced and proactive Executive Assistant and Community Engagement Coordinator to support the Executive Director in achieving organizational sustainability and growth.  Click here for details.

Corporate Inclusion Index Project Manager

The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to advancing the inclusion of Hispanics in Corporate America at a level commensurate with the segment’s economic contributions.  The Corporate Inclusion Index Manager will provide project management, research, and analytic support for the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility’s Research Institute’s (HRI) annual research initiative: the Corporate Inclusion Index™ (CII). The CII is a corporate accountability survey that assesses companies’ Hispanic inclusion efforts and outcomes and takes a comprehensive measurement of the business practices and corporate strategies of participating companies around HACR’s four pillars.  For details click here.

Executive Director/Co-Executive Directors

Since its founding in 1999, the Building Movement Project (BMP) has been on the front edge of understanding and illuminating the issues, trends, and practices that enable the nonprofit sector – including the constellation of networks, organizations, and movements working for justice and equity – to be effective in a rapidly changing ecosystem.  With a solid foundation of fiscal strength and a respected organizational reputation, BMP is ready to define its next chapter with new leadership. Looking forward, BMP is excited to hire either a single Executive Director, who will have the funding and support to assess organizational and leadership opportunities and then hire a Co-Executive Director or other senior leadership team member in the first year, or a pair of Co-Executive Directors through this search process.   For more information, click here.

Chief Executive Officer/President

Hearts and Homes for Youth is a private non-profit that has been in existence since 1964 serving young people in the child welfare and juvenile justice system throughout the state of MD.  Programs include 4 residential group homes, a therapeutic foster care program and an independent living program for pregnant and parenting teen moms.  Click here for a full job description.

Executive Director for Merit System Protection Board

The Merit System Protection Board is a three member quasi-judicial body that makes final administrative decisions on appeals by employees, job applicants, and retirees from grievance and disciplinary decisions. The MSPB has general authority to conduct investigations, audits, or special studies of the merit system. The Executive Director provides legal counsel, consultation, and advice to the County’s Merit System Protection Board (“Board”). This position oversees the day-to-day operations of the Board and serves as the liaison between the Board and County officials, employees, and employee representatives as well as outside counsel.  Click here for the full job description.

Senior Gifts Manager (Part Time with Benefits)

VisArts, a nonprofit visual arts organization in Rockville, is hiring an experienced Senior Gifts Manager to lead our individual giving program by managing and executing strategies for growing revenue from our two donor groups: grassroots donors (recurring monthly and annual gifts) and major donors (four-to-five-figure gifts). This is a part-time (30 hours/week with benefits), hybrid position.  Click here for more information.

President and CEO

ArtsFairfax seeks a talented visionary with demonstrated successful leadership and management experience in a non-profit organization. The ideal candidate will be an advocate and champion for the arts, demonstrating exceptional skills in communications, diplomacy, discretion, and persuasion. S/he/they will be experienced working with political bodies, both elected and appointed, and will understand the nuances of working with government and parallel agencies who provide a substantial portion of the organization’s funding.  For more information about the job post, click here.

Marketing Strategist

Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation is looking for a marketing strategist with economic development knowledge.  Click here for a full job description and here to apply.

Mortgage Origination Sales Manager, NIH Federal Credit Union

POSITION SUMMARY:  Local real estate market knowledge (DMV area) and conventional loan origination experience in Maryland required.

The Mortgage Sales Manager is responsible for the successful management of all aspects of the NIHFCU’s mortgage related sales efforts and a team of Mortgage Loan Officers (MLOs), while meeting or exceeding personal mortgage loan production goals and sales objectives.  For more information click here.

Director of Maryland Partnerships and Strategy, Meyer Foundation

Meyer Foundation seeks a full-time Director of Maryland Partnerships and Strategy to promote social change and racial justice by identifying community needs, devising solutions, and managing relationships with applicants and grantees. The MD Director will be responsible for overseeing the grant portfolio and applying a racial justice lens to the Foundation’s strategic plan. They will communicate goals and strategies to potential partners, review grant applications, and connect grantees and partners with shared goals to strengthen existing networks and build partnerships with external colleagues. The ideal candidate should have expertise in leading racial justice work and be collaborative, thoughtful, and passionate. The annual salary range for this position is $120,000 – $130,000 with a comprehensive benefits package. For a more detailed job description, please click here.

Farmers Market Program Manager

Crossroads Community Food Network, a food justice nonprofit based in Takoma Park, MD,
is seeking a full-time, 40-hour/week Program Manager to oversee Crossroads Farmers
Market and the Fresh Checks nutrition incentive program. This position combines the
physical logistics of a seasonal farmers market with nonprofit program management. The
overall goal of this position is to create an intentional and inclusive community gathering
space that brings joy to all, regardless of age or background.  For more information click here.





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