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PROGRAM COORDINATOR (PART-TIME)
Montgomery Moving Forward is a Collective Impact initiative housed within Nonprofit Montgomery, which addresses economic opportunity, specifically by examining the early care and education system in Montgomery County. This position manages MMF event and meeting logistics such as identifying meeting space, ordering food, producing name tags, making sure that the environment is conducive to the event, copying packets, handling registration, and making sure events are on shared calendars. For more information or to apply, please click here.
DIRECTOR OF ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT
Economic empowerment is a key element in restoring trafficking survivors’ independence and self-determination. The University of Maryland SAFE (Support, Advocacy, Freedom, and Empowerment) Center for Human Traffic Survivors is seeking a Director of Economic Empowerment to initiate and launch a comprehensive economic empowerment program to respond to this critical need. This is a highly visible leadership position as the Economic Empowerment Program is a main feature of the SAFE Center’s long-term strategic plan. The Director of Economic Empowerment will provide strategic direction, innovation, capacity building, and management to a range of empowerment services that will assist human trafficking survivors to become financially empowered, independent, and self-sufficient. For a full job description or to apply, please click here.
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS
Mercy Health Clinic is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic fundraising professional to work closely with the Executive Director (ED) to establish and achieve the strategic fundraising goals of the organization. The successful candidate for this role will be a person who thrives on opportunity and has the desire to demonstrate their creativity, skills and abilities. The Director of Development and Communications oversees and implements the fundraising and communications plan and activities for Mercy Health Clinic. Mercy strives to implement all appropriate Development best practices. For more information, please click here.
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
The Director of Development (DoD) will lead The Community Foundation’s unrestricted fundraising efforts, including cultivating and soliciting major donors (individual/families, corporations and private foundations) managing an annual gala, launching and managing an annual appeal, and writing proposals. The ideal candidate will bring a proven track record of successfully building and managing a fundraising program with experience soliciting and securing five- and six-figure gifts from diverse sources. The DoD works across multiple departments, requiring exceptional organizational, relationship-building (internal and external), and communication skills. The DoD will report to the Vice President of Development/Senior Philanthropic Advisor with routine interaction with the CEO and the Board of Trustees. For more information, please click here.
PRESIDENT & CEO
Hope Connections for Cancer Support helps people with cancer and their loved ones deal with the emotional and physical toll that comes with a cancer diagnosis. The organization is seeking a President & CEO. The role of the President & CEO is to lead the mission by implementing the organization’s strategic plan and oversee all operations and fundraising activities. The President & CEO works under the direction of the Board of Directors, supervises all employees and is responsible for managing the availability and workload of a large pool of volunteers. The position reports to the Board of Directors. This position is based in Bethesda, Maryland with an additional facility in Landover, MD. For a full job description, please click here.
VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNITY BASED PROGRAMMING
In an effort to meet the increasing demand for its services, better serve those in poverty and truly build a movement to end it, A Wider Circle is introducing several new positions to support our growth. Included in these positions are three additional Vice President roles, one of which is the Vice President, Community-Based programming.The Vice President will be the lead person for A Wider Circle’s multi-site program in high-poverty neighborhoods throughout Washington, D.C. Community-Based Programming gives A Wider Circle the opportunity to implement our 15-Point Plan to End Poverty in concert with the goals and desires of residents in each Community-Based Programming site. For more information, please click here.
COMMUNITY EVENTS PROGRAM COORDINATOR (PART-TIME)
The City of Gaithersburg Department of Parks, Recreation & Culture, Cultural Events & Services Division, is seeking an experienced professional to coordinate multiple events and department initiatives. As a part-time Community Events Program Coordinator, you will be responsible for planning and implementing events; supporting department initiatives through research and document preparation; creating presentations; organizing team efforts to develop and implement programs; and tracking and reporting program progress. For a full job description or to apply, please click here.
Bethesda Magazine is looking for an experienced, talented and dynamic managing editor to lead our editorial operations, and to develop and edit the magazine’s content. Bethesda Magazine is a successful and fast growing bi-monthly magazine that is committed to high-quality community journalism and to providing a collaborative and supportive work environment for its employees. For more info, please click here
ARTS AND HUMANITIES COUNCIL OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY: http://creativemoco.com
BARREL OF JOBS: www.barrelofjobs.com helps you to help friends find a dream job and earn money for making the match. You help employers find the best candidates.
CAREERS IN NONPROFITS: http://careersinnonprofits.com/
CULTURECAPITAL JOB BANK: http://www.culturecapital.com/cc/job-bank.php is Metro DC’s source for recruiting and finding arts administration jobs from theatre, dance and music presenters; museums and galleries, arts education and more. Jobs posted represent all professional arts disciplines and levels, including administration, development, education, production, marketing, box office, senior management and more. Employers using the Job Bank are recruiting for full-time, part-time and contract positions.
DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES, INC: An executive search firm based in Arlington, VA conducts searches for nonprofits around the country with a focus in the Metro DC area. Check out their current offerings
FIND THE RIGHT JOB.COM: www.findtherightjob.com
IDEALIST.ORG: The world’s best place to find volunteer opportunities, nonprofit jobs, internships, and organizations, working to change the world since 1995, www.idealist.org
LOCAL NONPROFIT CEO JOBS: http://nonprofitroundtable.org/resources/local-ceo-jobs#
MARYLAND WOMEN’S BUSINESS CENTER: Offering numerous business-related workshops, http://www.marylandwbc.org/rwbc-workshops-seminars/
MOJALINK.COM: http://www.MojaLink.com/jobs, a Nonprofit Job Engine Directory
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE: http://www.montgomerycollege.edu/employment
MONTGOMERY COUNTY GOVERNMENT: You can see all County job postings and apply for the job that interests your career goals at http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/ohr/staffing/careers.html
NONPROFIT PEOPLE & SYSTEMS: Affordable staffing solutions, www.peopleandsystems.com
MARYLAND NONPROFITS CAREER CENTER: Post your jobs and career opportunities at jobs.marylandnonprofits.org. Members post for FREE with special coupon code (email Amanda Mummert). Non-members post for $200 – join now and post for free!
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STERLING MARTIN ASSOCIATES: Provides executive recruiting services for nonprofit organizations and associations. Check out their current offerings.
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