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    • January 18, 2019

    United Way of Delaware (UWDE) seeks a highly-motivated, enthusiastic, mission-focused, and results-oriented individual who wants to join the movement to advance the common good in Delaware as Executive Vice President, Finance and Operations. This person will be a vital member of the Executive Team ensuring compliance with legal, regulatory, programmatic, and contractual requirements through a broad system of internal controls while optimizing processing and functioning of the key aspects of Finance and Operations on behalf of the organization. This role models and supports effective, on-going cross-departmental partnerships that address the intersections of fundraising, board governance, strategic initiatives, community impact, marketing and communications, positioning UWDE to operate as a single, integrated business model. Overall responsibilities include:

    • Ensuring orderly functioning of financial, administrative, and budgeting systems.
    • Managing a small team of financial professionals that provide back of house support
    • Coordinating and managing the organization’s $15 million plus financial portfolio of resources
    • Working closing with the SVPs (Resource Development, Marketing, Engagement, Community Impact) to execute on the single, integrated business model of the organization
    • Overseeing human resources, information technology, and facilities for the organization.
    • Working with the Board of Directors and related/assigned committees on behalf of UWDE
    • Serving as a member of the Executive Team
    • Working closely with donors and funders on the financial portfolio of the organization
    • Serving as a strategic business partner with financial acumen, fiduciary, and risk management expertise

    The Executive Vice President, Finance and Operations must be a strategic thinker, a highly collaborative leader who understands the local community and the unique challenges and opportunities available and believes in the power of philanthropy, engagement and messaging to drive collective impact and build a stronger, more united Delaware. The successful candidate will have experience in financial operations, strategic planning, investments, data analytics, donor services, nonprofits, grants, public and private contract management, facilities management, human resource laws/systems and management of information technology operations. S/He must possess the ability to interact successfully with a diverse population of people including donors, nonprofit leaders, investment professionals, funders, contractors and regulators. Candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree (MBA and/or CPA preferred) with a minimum of 10 years general management and supervisory experience with demonstrated performance in fiscal management and organizational operations (specifically customer support and information technology). The Executive Vice President, Finance and Operations supports by offering general management counsel, and by working closely with the Board, investors/donors, agency, corporate, public and other community stakeholders including the community at large to advance the common good for all.

    We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.

    United Way of Delaware is an equal opportunity employer.

    For more information or to apply, click here.




    • January 18, 2019
    • Berwyn, Pennsylvania

    B Lab is a nonprofit organization that serves a global movement of people using business as a force for good. Our vision is that one day all companies compete not only to be the best in the world, but the best for the world and as a result, society will enjoy a more shared and durable prosperity.

    B Lab drives this systemic change by:

    Building a global community of Certified B Corporations who meet the highest standards of verified, overall social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability.

    Promoting Impact Governance using innovative corporate structures like the benefit corporation to align the interests of business with those of society and to help high impact businesses be built to last.

    Helping tens of thousands of businesses, investors, and institutions manage impact by Measuring What Matters, by using the B Impact Assessment and B Analytics to manage their impact -- and the impact of the businesses with whom they work -- with as much rigor as their profits

    Inspiring millions to join the movement through compelling story-telling

    B Lab is a small entrepreneurial non-profit, and this position is a great way to witness and participate in the creation of this new economy on the ground floor. If you have the passion for supporting our work, we have the vehicle.

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    • January 18, 2019
    • Location: San Francisco preferred but not mandatory. Open to remote working.

    PHILANTHROPIC GRANTS AT THE WIKIMEDIA FOUNDATION

    Wikimedia is the world’s fifth most popular digital platform, used in everything from secondary education to advanced computational research. While Wikipedia is the largest and best-known of the Wikimedia projects, it is only one part of our work. Wikimedia is: Nearly 300 languages; Written by 200,000 monthly contributors; Visited around 6,000 times each second by more than one billion devices every month.

    One of the many roles of the Wikimedia Foundation is that of a philanthropic funder (or “grantmaker”). This role is carried out by the Community Resources team, whose purpose is to make grants and offer other support to mission-aligned projects and organizations around the world. Annually, this team distributes ~$8M USD via several participatory grantmaking programs, which support a wide variety of ideas and projects: outreach, experimentation, conferences, research, software development, as well as general operating support grants.

    In 2017, the Wikimedia movement adopted a new strategic direction for 2030. In order to achieve these 2030 goals, our movement is engaging in a movement-wide conversation about the current system of resource allocation. Given that grantmaking is one such system of resource allocation, the Community Resources team is interested in understanding how other philanthropic funders structure their programs to enable their goals, and how our current structure and programs compare to the larger sector.

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    • January 20, 2019
    • REHOBOTH BEACH, DELAWARE

    Background

    Based in our historic setting and working in partnership with other organizations in the region, the Rehoboth Art League leads in sponsoring art exhibitions, education and other programs that inspire community members to embrace the lifelong value of art.

    The Rehoboth Art League was formed in 1938 in Henlopen Acres, Delaware, as a place where artists could teach, gather, and exhibit their work. Property owners Louise Corkran and Colonel Wilbur Corkran generously donated their property to provide a home to this organization, and our organization has gone on to host such artistic legends as Jack Lewis, Howard Schroeder, Orville Peets, and Mary Mullineux. We now boast more than 1,000 members who live across the county, offer more than 150 classes each year, annually hold more than 20 solo and group exhibitions of artwork, and produce special events such as our Salons, the Annual Cottage Tour, and our Outdoor Fine Art Show—all of which brings close to 15,000 people to our wooded, 3.5+ acre campus each year. And off campus, we reach underserved communities across Southern Delaware with exhibitions and arts education opportunities to further expand our reach.

    Job Summary

    The Exhibitions Director is responsible for artistic programs in fulfillment of the mission of the Rehoboth Art League, including exhibitions, artist support, collections, and other artistic endeavors. This position oversees all gallery operations at the League’s historic campus, any pop up galleries around the region, and all artwork loan activities.

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    • January 21, 2019
    • WASHINGTON, DC

    Job Summary

    The Officer, Philanthropic Partnerships position is responsible for building and managing a portfolio of 50-60 institutional prospects with the capacity for six and seven figure gifts. The goal is to maximize and leverage Pews philanthropic potential.

    Overview

    The Pew Charitable Trusts is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today’s most challenging problems. Pew applies a rigorous, analytical approach to improve public policy, inform the public and invigorate civic life.

    We are an independent nonprofit organization – the sole beneficiary of seven individual trusts established between 1948 and 1979 by two sons and two daughters of Sun Oil Company founder Joseph N. Pew and his wife, Mary Anderson Pew.

    Our work lays the foundation for effective policy solutions by informing and engaging citizens, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause and insisting on tangible results. Our projects encourage efficient, responsive governments – at the local, state, national, and international levels – serving the best interests of the people. We partner with a diverse range of donors, public and private organizations, and concerned citizens who share our interest in fact-based solutions and goal-driven investments to improve society.

    With offices in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Australia, Brussels, and London, and with additional staff in other regions of the United States and around the globe, Pew provides an exciting learning environment and the opportunity to work with highly talented individuals. We are a dynamic, rapidly evolving organization that values creativity and innovative thinking and fosters strong teamwork with mutual respect.

    Philanthropic Partnerships (PPG)

    Philanthropic Partnerships is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding individual and foundation prospects and donors.

    Position Overview

    The Officer, Philanthropic Partnerships position is responsible for building and managing a portfolio of 50-60 prospects with the capacity for six and seven figure gifts. The goal is to maximize and leverage Pew’s philanthropic potential in order to advance the organization’s most critical projects.

    We are seeking a donor-focused professional with fundraising experience and excellent written and verbal communications skills. The ideal candidate will be able to build successful working relationships with Pew’s own program experts and a variety of foundation donors and prospects.

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    • January 21, 2019
    • NEW YORK, NEW YORK

    Background

    The FORD FOUNDATION is an independent, nonprofit grant-making organization. For more than 80 years it has worked with visionary people on the front-lines of social change worldwide, guided by its mission to strengthen democratic values, reduce poverty and injustice, promote international cooperation, and advance human achievement. With headquarters in New York, the foundation has ten regional offices in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.

    Job Summary

    The Ford Foundation's Office of Communications seeks a motivated, creative, and resourceful Internal Communications Manager (ICM) who will play a leading role in advancing the institution’s internal communications agenda. They will help to create a more interconnected, collaborative and transparent organizational culture. He/she/they will be a people person with a keen editorial eye and well-honed organizational and time-management skills with the ability to bring new ideas to the table.

    He/she/they has responsibility for maintaining and growing Ford’s robust internal communications platform, Fordify, which is housed in the OC (Office of Communications). This position takes the lead in developing the content, look, feel and tone of Fordify and driving staff adoption of the tool. He/she/they will have a keen understanding of where Fordify sits within the array of other internal communications tools the foundation uses to conducts its business and will help advise on best practice for those tools. He/she/they will be responsible for ensuring the usefulness and value-add of the site - actively learning about the information needs of Ford employees in the US and regional offices and driving the creation of content to meet them. The role involves active and ongoing engagement with foundation staff at all levels and the ICM must serve as a champion for Fordify with flair, humor and sensitivity. He/she/they will be expected to work with foundation leadership to harness their support and participation on the site and to make sure internal communications strategies and initiatives are aligned.

    The Internal Communications Manager convenes an editorial advisory board made up of representatives from IT, Information Management, Human Resources, Office of Communications, Program teams and the regional offices. The board will meet regularly to give direction to the ICM and consider ongoing policy, strategy and development of the platform. The ICM engages with a team of content providers from each of the major offices and departments of the foundation who will be versed in the operation of the platform, have a role in content creation and who will serve as ambassadors for its use. The ICM, in conjunction with the Head of Digital, will work closely with outside vendors providing intranet-related services. He/she/they will oversee the development of metrics and evaluation for the site and be responsible for ensuring the findings play into future strategy and content development.

    Reporting to the Head of Digital, the ICM will also play a role in the maintenance of the public site fordfoundation.org ensuring that staff bios and photographs are up to date and leading specific projects. The ideal candidate will be deeply knowledgeable about web usability and content strategy. They will also have excellent communication skills, superior writing and content production skills and have a basic understanding of digital audio/video techniques and equipment.

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    • January 21, 2019
    • FLEXIBLE, OTHER

    Background

    For nearly 35 years the National Cristina Foundation (NCF) has worked to promote technology reuse by educating businesses and the public that technology resources coming out of their first place of use can be given a second productive life for developing human potential within nonprofits and schools. NCF was the first nonprofit organization to address the issues of what is now known as the Digital Divide.

    NCF is a small nonprofit doing big things. We have a network of over 1,200 nonprofit members nationwide (and growing). These groups are doing amazing things in their local communities and NCF brings them together with the goal of helping them accomplish even more. This might be getting more computer donations, or promoting themselves better on social media, or just communicating and sharing amazing ideas with like-minded groups.

    Through the Cristina Network, members communicate with one another and manage a free online technology donation system. This system allows our partners to support their own reuse agendas to benefit people with disabilities, students at risk and persons who are economically disadvantaged. NCF and its grassroots partners are bound by the collective belief that technology reuse helps Link Life to Its Promise.

    NCF is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

    Roles and Responsibilities (Percentages of time estimated):

    Board of Directors  (15%)

    • The Executive Director serves as an ex-officio member of the Board of Directors and serves as the President of the Board
    • Keeps the Board fully informed on the organization’s status and on the important factors influencing it including personnel, collaborative relationships, and outcome from projects
    • Works with the Board officers and committee chairs to get the participation of each Board member and to assure that the Board is effective as a body
    • Works with the Finance Committee to assure that financing will be available to support short and long term goals
    • Works with the Governance Committee to monitor and implement NCF’s policies and procedures
    • Work with the board to cultivate new board members in identified areas of expertise

    Leadership  (30%)

    • Serves as chief spokesperson for the Foundation and assures proper representation of the organization to the community
    • Seek opportunities to increase the organization’s branding and promote its positions, programs and activities
    • As a member of the Executive Team, oversees and assesses strategic planning
    • Represents the organization at external events to build essential relationships and enhance the Foundation's national profile
    • Acts as an advocate within the public and private sectors for issues relevant to the organization, its services and constituencies

    Operations Management  (30%)

    • As a member of the Executive Team, oversees the efficient and effective day-to-day operation of the organization
    • Ensure that the operation of the organization meets the expectations of its many partners
    • Supports the activities of NCF’s Cristina Network Consultants in their interactions with donors and partners
    • Oversees the planning, implementation, maintenance and evaluation of the organization's programs and services
    • Oversees the planning, implementation, execution and evaluation of special projects like facilitating large or specialty donations or services
    • Orients new partners to the Cristina Network
    • Assures that all inquiries from individuals and organizations seeking to learn more about the Foundation are addressed in a timely manner
    • Oversees effective marketing and communications activities of the Foundation
    • Oversees Cristina Network Community development

    Human Resources Planning and Management  (5%)

    • Effectively manages the human resources of the organization, in coordination with TriNet Inc.
    • Assures staff has sufficient resources and knowledge to conduct their individual responsibilities
    • Help the staff to remain current on social/technology/legal issues involved in the foundation’s mission
    • Determine, as a member of the Executive Team, staffing requirements for organizational management and program delivery
    • Oversee the implementation of human resources policies and procedures
    • Monitor the performance of staff on an ongoing basis and conduct an annual performance review
    • Coach and mentor staff as appropriate to improve performance
    • Counsel and/or discipline staff when necessary using appropriate HR procedures
    • As a member of the Executive Team, in coordination with the BOD, develops a succession policy

    Legal Compliance (10%)

    • Assures the filing of all legal and regulatory documents and monitors compliance with relevant laws and regulations
    • Maintains, with the Foundation’s Board Secretary, official records and documents
    • Negotiates professional contracts and agreements
    • Maintains relationships with appointed NCF attorneys and acts as point of contact for matters involving NCF

    Finance (10%)

    • Oversees the fiscal activities of the organization including budgeting, reporting and audits
    • Responsible for overseeing fundraising, in coordination with the Marketing and Development Officer, and developing other resources necessary to support the Foundation’s mission
    • Develops and recommends a yearly budget in coordination with the Finance Committee for Board approval and prudently manages organization’s resources within those budget guidelines according to current laws and regulations
    • Manages payroll, benefits and related functions and tasks as provided by NCF’s third party service provider TriNet, Inc.


    • A Master’s Degree in nonprofit management is preferred but not required.  Comparable education and experience working with technology focused nonprofits will be considered.
    • Demonstrate a strong passion for NCF’s mission to promote technology reuse and educate nonprofits of all sizes to the value and impact of integrating technology into their missions
    • Must have extensive previous nonprofit management experience
    • Experience serving as an Executive Director and/or head of programs in a similar technology focused organization
    • Demonstrated fundraising and development experience preferred
    • Awareness of the Digital Divide and the challenges faced by nonprofits in need of technology
    • Leadership strengths in management and collaboration
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal skills required
    • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, collaborative, and visionary approach to organizational management preferred
    • A demonstrated ability to lead and empower people and get results individually and collaboratively through coaching and professional development
    • Ability to understand and represent the needs of partner organizations and the advantages of collaborative communities for problem solving
    • Passionate about NCFs vision and impact and willing to serve as a brand ambassador for the organization
    • Above average computer skills with familiarity with G-Suite tools like Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc.

    To be determined based on experience and qualifications.

    This is a remote position that will be operated from the employee's home.

    Send resume' and cover letter to executive-team@cristina.org.  Be sure to note where you saw the job announcement.

    National Cristina Foundation

    (http://www.cristina.org)



    • January 24, 2019
    • NEW YORK, NEW YORK

    Background

    IWHC'S VISION

    The International Women’s Health Coalition (IWHC) recognizes that women’s and girls’ human rights, health and equality are essential to social, environmental, and economic justice for all.

    We envision a world in which all women and girls can exercise their human rights to:

    access the information, resources, and services they need to enhance and protect their health and achieve their full potential;

    make informed decisions about their sexuality, relationships, pregnancy, child-bearing, and marriage and all other matters related to their sexual and reproductive health and rights, free of discrimination, coercion, and violence; and

    participate in and assume leadership of civil society movements to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights.

    IWHC'S MISSION

    IWHC advances the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and young people, particularly adolescent girls, in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. IWHC furthers this agenda by supporting and strengthening leaders and organizations working at the community, national, regional, and global levels, and by advocating for international and U.S. policies, programs, and funding.

    IWHC builds bridges between local realities and international policy by connecting women and young people in the Global South to key decision-makers. In doing so, IWHC brings local voices to global debates and in turn, makes global processes and policies more understandable and actionable at the local level.

    Job Summary

    IWHC is adding another Program Officer, International Policy to its Advocacy and Policy team. The Program Officer, International Policy works as part of the Advocacy and Policy Program team to influence global health policies and programs to prioritize sexual and reproductive rights and health and women’s rights, with a focus on UN processes and UN agencies, such as UN Women, the UN Population Fund and the World Health Organization. S/he follows major global policy initiatives and agencies, provides substantive input to them, and mobilizes alliances to support IWHC’s positions. S/he cultivates relationships with colleagues and other stakeholders, maintains substantive knowledge of issues, policies and networks, writes and presents on a variety of topics, collaborates closely with other IWHC program staff on policy work at the national and regional levels and in Washington DC.

    With the Director of Advocacy and Policy and the President, s/he contributes to overall design, implementation and monitoring of IWHC’s international policy activities. IWHC values teamwork and engages staff across functions. Therefore, the Program Officer, International Policy will contribute expertise, perspective and input to IWHC’s overall programs and organizational development.

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    • January 25, 2019
    • New York, NY

    Organization

    Overview Results for America is a not-for-profit organization focused on helping decision-makers at all levels of government harness the power of evidence and data to solve our world's greatest challenges. To support local government decision-makers, our team at Results for America serves as the What Works Cities campaign manager. In this role, we are responsible for the success of the overall initiative, including its long-term sustainability, scale, and impact. We ensure the effective operation of the initiative, including managing city relationships, coordinating What Works Cities partners and resources, leading What Works Cities Certification, and driving national communications and engagement around this work.

    Initiative Overview

    What Works Cities is a Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative increasing local governments’ use of data and evidence to improve the quality of life for city residents. What Works Cities helps US cities improve how they track and use information to make decisions about everything from economic development to public safety. We also help cities identify and implement innovative programs to solve their most critical challenges. Through our work, we are leading a national movement to improve how cities are run and deliver results for residents.

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    • January 25, 2019
    • REmote: CALIFORNIA, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, VERMONT, OR OTHER

    Background

    Since 1991, the Institute for Sustainable Communities (ISC) has worked in the United States and around the world to help communities, cities, industry, and NGOs accomplish their environmental, economic, and social goals. ISC uses training, technical assistance, peer-to-peer learning, and demonstration projects to help unleash the power of local people and institutions to address immediate challenges and opportunities — all while building those on-the-ground solutions into national and international best practices and policy. At the heart of the organization’s approach is results-focused, authentic and pragmatic engagement with all stakeholders, which unearths locally-driven and equitable solutions to the biggest challenge we face — global climate change. Learn more at sustain.org.

    Job Summary

    The Senior Program Officer (SPO) position provides strategic support and leadership to one or more Program Directors to advance equitable resilience and sustainability projects in communities across the United States. The position guides the design, development, and implementation of projects to accelerate locally-led solutions that tackle immediate problems while strengthening communities overall. Working across a variety of U.S geographies, the SPO works with grassroots and other community organizations, institutional partners, and local and regional governments to foster collaboration to address climate impacts. The SPO coordinates between project partners and stakeholders, leads community engagement, designs and facilitates workshops, and analyzes data to best inform future project implementation.

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    • January 26, 2019
    • FLEXIBLE (MERRICK COUNTY), NEBRASKA

    Background

    Due to retirement, Merrick Foundation is seeking applicants for Executive Director. The position will be open until filled with duties to begin in late spring or summer of 2019. Merrick Foundation is a leading community foundation serving Merrick County, Nebraska.

    Competitive pay and excellent benefits are provided.

    Job Summary

    Provide professional leadership and assistance to the officers of the Board of Directors in making the Foundation an effective, viable organization

    Administer the implementation of board policies and plans toward the accomplishment of the Foundation’s goals

    Responsible for the entire operation, growth, and development of the Foundation.

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    • January 26, 2019
    • FLEXIBLE, OTHER

    Teach For All’s core purpose is to develop collective leadership to ensure all children have the opportunity to fulfill their potential. To achieve this, we’ve evolved our organization to become more agile and nimble to respond to the needs of our global network of more than 45 partner partners around the world working to expand opportunity for children. We are looking for a Director, Organizational and Leadership Development who will collaborate with our People, Organization and Culture (POC) team and other leaders to shape and continually refine our strategy for developing an organization that is flexible and responsive to emerging priorities and that develops the leadership of our 140 staff across 18 countries in meeting our ambitious goals for growing the impact of our global network.

    This Director, Organizational and Leadership Development will also execute on this strategy and implement initiatives in various areas including staff coaching, staff growth and development, performance management, staff engagement and developing a strong diverse and inclusive culture. He/she will work with staff across Teach For All to provide professional development opportunities and coach team leaders and managers in creating and maintaining a strong organizational culture aligned to our core values.

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    • February 01, 2019
    • Delaware

    The Director of Development/Donor Relations Manager works closely with the Head of School and the Board of Trustees to provide leadership for the development program as it builds a strong culture of philanthropy throughout the school and broader community. The goal of the Director of Development/Donor Relations Manager is to design programs that attract the maximum gift support possible to help St. Anne's fulfill the mission.

    Responsibilities include the following:

    • Establish and execute a forward-thinking, diverse and multifaceted fundraising program that supports the school's strategic vision.
    • Lead the major gifts and annual giving programs, soliciting foundation support, creating a strong commitment to donor relations and legacy giving, orchestrating special development events, and planning for future capital campaigns.
    • Manage an assigned and qualified group of donors (including stewardship and solicitation) and qualify and add new donors as needed for the caseload. Qualified donors may include parents, alumni families, trustees, and friends and families of St. Anne's.
    • Oversee activities related to the Heart, Mind & Spirit Annual Fund, the Absalom Jones Endowment Fund, and G. Harvey Zendt Endowment Fund, Planned or Legacy Giving and potential capital campaigns.
    • Personally solicit major donors.
    • Strengthen relationships with the school's alumni to plant the seed for future giving
    • Relate to finance and program staff and faculty to secure information and offers for donors.
    • Relate to Advancement team members and keep the Head of School and Leadership Team informed of the fundraising activities of this office.
    • Serve on the Leadership Team.
    • Develop and lead a professional and volunteer staff to carry out the activities of this office.
    • Oversee processing of all gift income for the purpose of providing receipts and the maintaining of giving records of donors to the school, and reconciling these records quarterly with the Business Office records.
    • Work closely with the Board Major Gifts Committee and the Committee on Trustees.
    • In collaboration with the Director of Admissions and Marketing, create a coordinated communications, publications and printing program which will most effectively communicate with our various constituents.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Head of School. Other duties may include before- or after-school responsibilities to assist with the care and safety of students and adults at arrival and dismissal.

    Metrics of Evaluation for this position will include: total dollars raised, number of meaningful connections, number of stewardship calls, number of asks, success working the plan for each donor, and how each donor performs from year to year.

    The ideal candidates would have the following qualifications:

    • Bachelor's degree required
    • 3+ years of experience in the nonprofit sector and in fundraising
    • Independent school experience preferred
    • Proven success in directly soliciting and closing charitable gifts
    • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with all the school's constituents while maintaining strict confidentiality
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Strategic thinker with a "can-do" style and "all hands on deck" mindset
    • Passionate about working with a wide range of individuals from diverse backgrounds
    • Knowledge of and facility with fundraising data software such as Bloomerang and database management software
    • Experience working with and motivating volunteers and colleagues
    • Familiarity with the local community preferred

    Interested candidates should submit the application and background screening forms below to Peter Thayer, Head of School, pthayer@stannesde.org.

    • Employment Application
    • Background Screening Form

    St. Anne's offers its employees a generous benefits program.


    • February 01, 2019

    Vice President for Southern Delaware

    The Delaware Community Foundation (DCF) is seeking an outgoing individual committed to making a difference through the growth of philanthropy in Southern Delaware. This position is responsible for increasing the assets of the DCF by cultivating new relationships and stewarding existing relationships in the region south of the C&D Canal.

    The Vice President for Southern Delaware provides operational oversight of the DCF Georgetown office including daily operations and support of all cultivation activities, communication and special events generated by the Georgetown office. It supervises one staff person, manages the activities of an advisory committee and acts as liaison with related community groups. This position is the public face of DCF in Southern Delaware and is responsible for representing the DCF in the community.

    View complete job description at this page.

    Deadline: 4:00 p.m., February 1, 2019

    The Delaware Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, religion, ethnicity, sex, marital status, age, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status or disability.

    • February 07, 2019
    • Wilmington, DE

    The Government Grants Manager enables YWCA Delaware to deliver our mission by seeking out, securing and managing government grants that fuel our work. Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, the GGM leads the effort to secure and manage program government grant support to meet the financial and operations needs of the organization. As GGM you will manage a complex grants portfolio including setting appropriate priorities, applying knowledge of organization needs and deadlines, and consistent follow up to assume receipt of required documentation. You will work closely with program and financial staff compiling data, performing complex financial analysis work for the formulation of budget estimates and participate in the planning, development and review of grant funding requirements. The GGM will identify, research, and secure new grant opportunities that align with the organization's strategic priorities and provide post-award contract administration and oversight for compliance.

    We need a professional with at least 3 years experience in grant writing and contract administration. Experience with government grants, particularly Federal, is preferred. Excellent writing and communication skills are required. Experience with Microsoft Office suite and CRM databases is required, Salesforce a plus. Experience with nonprofit accounting and budgeting is preferred. This position requires a high degree of organization, attention to detail and ability to work cooperatively with the program and finance teams.

    YWCA Delaware is on a Mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families and strengthen communities. Annually, nearly 6,700 people participate in our comprehensive programs. YWCA Delaware is a leading advocate for women by providing housing, violence prevention and sexual assault crisis services, financial empowerment, racial justice and youth programming. We empower women politically, financially and socially, while fostering the confidence and can-do attitude needed to eliminate barriers and overcome life's obstacles. We are a statewide organization headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware.

    Our worksite is located in the Community Service Building in Wilmington, Delaware. We offer a competitive salary, paid parking and comprehensive benefits package. Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to resume@ywcade.org. To learn more about YWCA Delaware please visit our website at www.ywcade.org.

    YWCA Delaware is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to inclusivity and encourage qualified candidates from all cultures and communities to apply.

    No phone calls please.



    • February 08, 2019
    • Wilmington, DE

    Program Associate

    The Delaware Community Foundation seeks an energetic, resourceful and strategic professional to join our organization at this exciting time of transformation and growth. Reporting to the Vice President for Community Impact, the selected candidate will work to ensure resources invested in the community have maximum benefit toward improving quality of life. The Program Associate is responsible for coordinating the programmatic activities of the DCF, including efforts to engage the community as well as serve donors. This position is also responsible for managing the DCF’s grants program. This is a unique opportunity for a person who has a passion for service, demonstrated excellence in building and executing project plans, and is excited to contribute creatively and strategically to the DCF’s vision of expanding opportunity for all Delawareans.

    Successful candidates will possess, and have demonstrated in previous roles, the following attributes and skills:

         Commitment to the vision and mission of the DCF; strong knowledge of Delaware

         College degree or equivalent experience, along with 3-5 years of related professional experience

         Experience in the nonprofit sector; experience with grant evaluation and/or program planning a plus

         Strong project management and organization skills

         Critical analysis, oral and written communication skills; independent writing and
    preparation of reports and letters

         Ability to synthesize and organize large amounts of information with an attention to detail

         Spanish language proficiency a plus

         Demonstrated initiative for problem-solving and a “can-do” mindset

         Proven ability to collaborate well with others in a wide variety of settings

           Ability to travel to meetings around the DCF’s region and occasionally to conferences and other professional development opportunities

    For the full position description please visit www.delcf.org/career-opportunities.  

    To apply, please send cover letter, resume and work sample (see below) and compensation expectations to search@Delcf.org. Applications that do not include a work sample will not be considered.

    Work Sample: We’ve found it helpful to review samples of candidates’ actual work, to get a sense of how people think and operate. Please share a work product that will help give us a sense of what we’d see if we could watch you at work. Examples include a work plan for an event or project you managed, an analysis or progress report of a program you ran, or a proposal for a new project you launched. It should be related to the responsibilities and qualifications included in the Program Associate job description. We’ll keep anything that you share with us confidential, and please feel free to remove names or other details you’re not comfortable sharing.

    Deadline:  February 8, 2019

    The Delaware Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, religion, ethnicity, sex, marital status, age, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status or disability.

     

    • February 09, 2019
    • Delaware

    DELAWARE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

    SUMMARY STATEMENT: An incumbent provides administrative oversight for researching and managing all aspects of federal- and state-funded grants, including writing/submitting and securing applications (in collaboration with grant teams) that align with College priorities, ensuring grant awards are implemented in accordance with guidelines and producing performance reports.

    NATURE AND SCOPE:

    The incumbent in this position reports to the vice president for institutional effectiveness and development in the Office of the President.

    An essential component of this position is to research, identify, secure, and manage federal, state and foundation grant funding that aligns with College priorities. This position works closely with faculty, staff and other subject matter experts to develop and write effective and competitive proposals, which includes the preparation of budgets, ancillary documentation, and institutional data and/or national trend data needed to support grant proposals. Typical contacts include College vice presidents, administrators, faculty, staff, and officials from grant-funding agencies and foundations.

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    • February 13, 2019

    Cliveden of the National Trust:  Chief Executive Officer

    Cliveden of the National Trust, a historic site of national reputation for its leadership in preservation and interpretive programming, is seeking a chief executive officer to guide its development and growth into the next generation. Cliveden is the site of the Revolutionary War Battle of Germantown and the longtime home of the Chew family, dating back to Benjamin Chew (1722-1810), Chief Justice of Pennsylvania and a prominent slaveholder, and continuing until the family donated the property to the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1972. Cliveden attracts visitors and interest from across the nation, but in its programming makes a special effort to engage the diverse peoples in the Philadelphia region. Cliveden is a co-stewardship site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation that is operated by Cliveden, Inc. in collaboration with the National Trust as the owner of the buildings, grounds, and collections at the property.

    A comprehensive position description will be made available to qualified applicants but the Board of Directors seeks a Chief Executive with demonstrated capability in:

    • Strategic Planning
    • Financial Management
    • Development
    • Communications and Stakeholder Collaboration

    Of these skill sets, the Board intends to prioritize Development and Strategic Planning. Applicants are requested to focus emphasis on their relevant experience in these areas.  

    For more information about Cliveden of the National Trust, please visit the following sites:

    • Cliveden of the National Trust: www.cliveden.org
    • Pew Q&A with David Young: https://www.pcah.us/post/inside-cliveden-national-trust-qa-executive-director-david-young
    • National Trust Preservation Leadership Forum blog post on Liberty to Go to See: http://forum.savingplaces.org/blogs/special-contributor/2014/09/05/living-history-offers-a-sense-of-beingness-at-cliveden
    • National Trust Preservation Leadership Forum blog post on the Revision of Cliveden’s NHL: http://forum.savingplaces.org/blogs/special-contributor/2012/10/05/a-second-look-at-a-landmarks-history

    Cliveden, Inc. is an EEO Employer.

    Applications consisting of cover letter, resume and references must be directed to Cliveden Search Committee at cboyce@intermissionllc.com. PHONE CALLS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.


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