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Job Posting Board

With the hope of matching strong, qualified candidates with exciting job opportunities in the region’s nonprofit sector, we are delighted to launch the Center for Nonprofit Leadership Job Posting Board. Browse open positions below.

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Director of Finance
Area Housing Authority of the County of Ventura
Newbury Park, CA
3/04/24 May. 4, 2024
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Description:

• Plans, directs, coordinates, supervises, implements and monitors all activities of the Finance Department for Area Housing Authority of the County of Ventura (AHA) and its affiliates.
• Direct supervisory responsibility for all personnel assigned to the Finance department.
• Full management responsibility for all financial accounting and reporting; makes recommendations to senior management staff concerning agency’s real property acquisitions, major purchases, projects, staffing and other matters of a significant nature.

 

Salary Range: $112,569 - $147,472 per year

Outreach Coordinator
Ventura Land Trust
Ventura, California
2/12/24 Apr. 12, 2024
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Description:

Ventura Land Trust (VLT) is a local, private, non-profit land trust working to protect the land, water, wildlife, and scenic beauty of the Ventura region for current and future generations. The organization strives to create a fun, inspiring and team-oriented work environment with flexible work hours.

In partnership with the Development Team, the Outreach Coordinator will implement key marketing initiatives, design and distribute supporter correspondence, plan and execute key events, and help promote Ventura Land Trust’s mission and programs. The Outreach Coordinator will ensure consistency of Ventura Land Trust’s brand and stakeholder experience throughout all print, digital, and in-person opportunities. The Outreach Coordinator supports the Development Director in managing marketing efforts, increasing the donor prospect pipeline and building community relationships. This position will manage the Community Relations Assistant role.

Salary Range: $25 - $27 per hour

Administrative Manager
Ventura Land Trust
Ventura, California
2/12/24 Apr. 12, 2024
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Description:

Ventura Land Trust is a local, private, non-profit land trust working to protect the land, water,
wildlife, and scenic beauty of the Ventura region for current and future generations. The
organization strives to create a fun, inspiring and team-oriented work environment with
flexible work hours.

The Administrative Manager reports to the Deputy Director and works in partnership with the
Accounting Manager and Education Manager. Responsibilities include administrative,
bookkeeping, and human resources tasks, with other key operational tasks as needed. The
ideal candidate will be competent in prioritizing and working with little supervision. They will
be self-motivated and work with a high level of discretion. The Administrative Manager
ensures smooth running of VLT’s offices and contributes in furthering our mission.

Salary Range: $27 - $30 per hour

Administrative Assistant
Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County
Oxnard, CA
2/08/24 Learn more & apply
Description:

The Administrative Assistant will assist with office administration, donation processing and programs.

Salary Range: $17.00 - 18.50

Accounting Clerk
Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County
Oxnard, CA
2/08/24 Learn more & apply
Description:

The Accounting Clerk’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, accounts receivable and payable, end of the month reconciliation support, computer data entry and other items needed and/or special projects that may be assigned by management.

Pay Range: $19.00-22.36

Senior Wellness Promotion Program Supervisor
Family Service Agency
Santa Barbara County
2/05/24 Apr. 5, 2024
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Description:

The Senior Wellness Promotion Program Supervisor is responsible for the overall management and oversight of the Wellness Promotion Program, which includes wellness activities on-site at identified properties as well as case management office hours available to residents at identified properties. The Program Supervisor’s duties include coordination of staff and project partners for successful implementation of the services; interfacing with partner agency property owners and on-site managers, overseeing project quality controls; overseeing project budget; ensuring contractual targets are met; and completion of qualitative and quantitative reports reflecting services rendered. Duties also include direct service to residents at properties during on-site wellness activities and/or case management office hours. This position works in a variety of off-site and on-site settings. This position reports to the Senior Services Program Director.
Sample of Duties and Responsibilities
1. Interviews, hires, trains, and evaluates program staff.
2. Recruits, trains, and oversees any volunteers needed to execute program activities.
3. Implements and manages the Senior Wellness Promotion program.
4. Provides case management services and oversees administration of on-site wellness promotion activities at independent living senior properties.
Employment Standards:
• BA required; MA preferred in social work, gerontology, sociology, public administration, business, psychology or related field.
• Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.
• 2 years experience in case management preferred.

 

Salary Range: Pay starts at $79,040

Senior Services Project Coordinator
Family Service Agency
Santa Barbara County
2/05/24 Apr. 5, 2024
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Description:

The Project Coordinator is responsible for the management and program coordination of the California Accountable Community for Health Initiative (CACHI) grant. This includes the successful creation and implementation of a local Accountable Community for Health in Santa Barbara County supporting caregivers.

The goal of the CACHI grant is “building stronger, healthier, more equitable communities.” For decades, long-standing inequities have exacerbated health issues in low-income communities and communities of color, resulting in persistent health disparities. Accountable Communities for Health (ACHs) provide a powerful framework for tackling those inequities by breaking down barriers and promoting a new way of working together in support of a target population; in this case, family caregivers.

The Project Coordinator will be expected to liaison with FSA staff working on the ACH, community partner agencies and CACHI staff; oversee project quality controls; assist with project budget management; ensure contractual targets are met; comfortable with policy and systems level work, and completion of qualitative and quantitative reports in a timely and accurate manner. This position requires a person who is an independent worker, self -motivated, enthusiastic and able to engage with people of diverse backgrounds in an easy, genuine manner. This position reports to the Senior Services Director.  This position can be based out of any of FSA’s offices in Santa Maria, Lompoc, or Santa Barbara. Some travel within SB County may be required.

 

Salary Range: $30 - $35 per hour.

Director of Advancement
Family Service Agency
Santa Barbara, CA
2/05/24 Apr. 5, 2024
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Description:

The Director of Advancement is responsible for creating, implementing, and evaluating a comprehensive fundraising program to support FSA’s mission. The position engages Board members and donors in development activities and leverages key relationships and contacts within and outside of FSA’s network to ensure revenue goals are met. Working closely with the CEO, the Director of Advancement is responsible for the following activities to support FSA’s mission:
• Recruit and cultivate donors
• Further develop and oversee major gifts and planned giving programs
• Support special capital and endowment initiatives
• Cultivate business/corporate sponsorships

The Director of Advancement reports to the CEO, supervises the Event Management and Donor Relations Specialist, the Community Engagement Specialist, and the Communications and Marketing Manager, and works closely with the Director of Grants and Partnerships.
Sample Job Duties and Responsibilities
1. Staff Supervision
a. Maintain staffing levels by recruiting, interviewing, selecting, orienting, developing, and evaluating.
2. Program Development, Compliance, and Evaluation
a. Collaborates with CEO in cultivating and maintaining donors through personal contact, specialized correspondence, and attending in-person visits.
b. Solicits and cultivates strategic donors, developing personal knowledge and understanding of donors; expands donor pool on all levels.
3. Community Partnerships
a. Work collaboratively with key staff to articulate, illustrate, and convey FSA’s mission-driven work.
4. Management Team Member
a. Participate in Program Management Team meetings to ensure alignment in program operations and strategic program development.

Employment Requirements:
1. B.A./B.S. in any discipline.
2. At least five years of nonprofit fundraising experience for a significant non-profit organization.

 

Salary Range: $91,436 - $100,580 per year.

Senior Services Counselor
Family Service Agency
Santa Barbara County
2/05/24 Apr. 5, 2024
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Description:

FSA’s senior services positions are responsible for providing resource linkages, providing services to older adults and caregivers and managing a clinical caseload. Senior services staff may work in a variety of on-site and off-site settings, M-F between 8:00am-6:00pm. This position reports to and is supervised by the Senior Services Program Director, and /or Senior Services Clinical Supervisor. This position can be based out of any of FSA’s offices in Santa Maria, Lompoc, or Santa Barbara.

Working with those impacted by trauma can be fulfilling and meaningful, yet simultaneously exhausting and heart-rending. FSA strives to be a trauma-informed and resilience-oriented organization, actively identifying and employing methods to support staff to embody a healthy and sustainable balance of care for both themselves and others.

Sample of Duties and Responsibilities
1. Provide ongoing counseling to seniors and caregivers as assigned.
2. Formulate psychosocial diagnoses, develop clinical goals and treatment plans, and facilitate clinically indicated intervention.
3. Assist in information gathering and resource referral regarding services for seniors, caregivers and their families.
4. Meet with clients to assess needs and develop case plans to address needs. Provide follow-up and ongoing case management/resource linkages to clients as needed.
5. Conduct clinical assessments evaluating the current status of clients’ mental, emotional, and behavioral health and considering relevant cultural issues and concerns.
6. Document all clinical and service activities promptly after providing service, providing information needed for billing purposes.

 

Salary Range: $27 - $36 per hour.

Policy Director
CalNonprofits
Hybrid; Must be in CA
1/12/24 Mar. 12, 2024
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Description:

We are seeking an experienced, high-energy, dynamic individual to serve as our next public policy director. Join us in spearheading influential policy initiatives and shaping a stronger future for California's nonprofit community!

POSITION SUMMARY: As the Policy Director, you'll take the lead on public policy initiatives, working under the guidance of our CEO and Board of Directors. The Policy Director plays a central role in shaping and leading our advocacy efforts and serves as a visible leader in guiding statewide policies affecting the nonprofit sector. This role involves researching, analyzing, and influencing public policies, regulations, and legislation. Additionally, it demands strategic thinking, a deep understanding of legislative processes, and a commitment to advancing CalNonprofits policy objectives. We're specifically seeking individuals based in California to serve in this critical role.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

● Work with the CEO and the Board of Directors in the development and implementation of policy strategies, including engaging nonprofits in policy matters ensure a broad and inclusive approach.

● Take a leadership role in identifying, developing, and championing key policy issues, demonstrating a proactive approach to addressing critical challenges within the nonprofit sector.

● Work with CalNonprofits' lobbyist to manage legislative, administrative, and judicial efforts impacting California nonprofits.

● Research and write articles for CalNonprofits' publications and participate in promotion through social media, enhancing the organization’s visibility and influence.

● Support the Board of Directors’ Policy Committee, contributing expertise and insight to inform decision-making and strategic direction.

● Support members and partners in pursuit of CalNonprofits’ goals fostering a collaborative and mutually beneficial relationship.

● Build and maintain positive relationships with nonprofit advocates and government officials heightening CalNonprofits’ standing as a respected voice in the nonprofit sector.

● Represent CalNonprofits at conferences, speaking engagements, and coalition meetings, effectively communicating the organization’s perspectives and contributing to public discourse.

● Actively participate in the recruitment, hiring, and management of a small and dynamic policy coordination team. GENERAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

● Represent and advocate for CalNonprofits and its constituents with appropriate federal, state, and local elected officials, their staff, and agency officials.

● Support membership recruitment, retention, and engagement objectives.

● Serve as a member of the CalNonprofits leadership team, understanding that in a small team people take on responsibilities outside their specific roles as needed.

● Attend and participate in meetings of the Board of Directors as requested by the CEO.

● Understand and support the values, mission, values, and goals of CalNonprofits.

QUALIFICATIONS:

● 6-8 years’ experience with advocacy/public policy work with state or local government legislatures and agencies.

● Strong knowledge of and passion for the California nonprofit and philanthropic community

● Experience developing, leading, and implementing legislative or community organizing campaigns. ● Experience drafting, reviewing, and analyzing proposed legislation and regulations.

● Understanding of legislative, administrative, and judicial advocacy.

● Excellent time management and analytical skills.

● Strong verbal and written communication skills, including public speaking and interpersonal.

● Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team environment and with people and organizations of diverse backgrounds and political viewpoints.

● California state driver's license and willingness to travel in-state.

● Experience working for or with a statewide or member-based organization.

● Juris Doctor preferred, but not required.

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS The compensation for this position is commensurate with experience, ranging from approximately $125,000 to $150,000 per year. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, and vision insurance, along with a 403b retirement plan featuring a 6% match. Additional perks include company-paid life insurance and both long-term and short-term disability coverage. Employees also enjoy 15 paid time off (PTO) days and 12 paid holidays annually. To support remote work, a stipend for home internet and phone usage is provided. Page 3 of 3 Moreover, CalNonprofits is recognized as a Public Service Loan Forgiveness qualified employer, providing additional financial benefits for eligible individuals.

TO APPLY Please send your cover letter and resume to hiring@calnonprofits.org with the subject line “CalNonprofits Policy Director”. This role will remain posted until filled.

Development Assistant
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California
Ventura, CA
1/05/24 Mar. 5, 2024
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Description:

The Development Assistant is part of a team that oversees the administration and supports the mission of the Ventura Ronald McDonald Family Room (VRMFR) while upholding the policies, procedures, and standards set by RMHCSC.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


Development Support:
1. Ensure that all donations to the Ventura Ronald McDonald Family Room are entered into the Raiser’s Edge database and acknowledged accurately and in a timely manner.
2. Function as lead in the development of Raiser’s Edge database capabilities to support fundraising goals, which includes but is not limited to, entering new donors into the database and updating records ensuring accurate contact information.
3. Generate reports pertaining to the fund development mission, and ensure donor notes are updated in Raiser’s Edge donor database as requested by Family Room Manager.
4. Pulling weekly donors reports including special events for Constant Contact and Acknowledgments to be written by volunteers.
5. Tracking Major Donor and Board special occasions and ensuring acknowledgement is sent (ie: birthdays, holidays, anniversaries
6. Assist with the organization and execution of special events including, but not limited to, the Walk for Kids, Wine Women and Shoes, and third-party fundraising events. This includes: contacting vendors; soliciting auction items; assisting attendees and partners; working events on the day-of; and tracking sponsorships, tickets, and payments.
7. Assist with set up and tear down of informational booths and positively engage with guests


Communications and Social Media:
1. Take photos of Family Room activities for use in communications and on social media.
2. Assist Family Room Manager with the creation of annual social media calendar and
management of social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
3. Utilize Constant Contact and MetaSuite to plan posts in advance, connect with our audience, and grow the RMHC brand.
4. Work with Family Room Manager and to create e-newsletters and email communications using Constant Contact.
5. Update and maintain Constant Contact lists.
6. Attend MarComm Cohort meetings


Volunteer Engagement:
1. Act as a first point of contact for volunteer inquiries submitted by phone and by web, answering questions and providing information as needed.
2. Coordinate and calendar volunteer schedule for the Ventura Ronald McDonald Family Room and ensuring hospital liaison has a copy.
3. Serve as liaison for volunteer groups when needed, ensuring a positive and meaningful volunteer experience and stewarding long-term relationships.
4. Be available to greet volunteer groups and provide an introduction and overview.


Administrative Support:
1. Provide general office support for the Ventura Ronald McDonald Family Room; answer the telephone, organize and maintain files, maintain records, office equipment/supplies and professional physical appearance of the office
2. Work with the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California finance department to reconcile monthly expenses and revenue, prepare and make deposits (use eDeposit system and go to the bank as necessary) accurately and in a timely manner.
3. Prepare check requests for invoices for the House and obtain the appropriate authorization signatures.
4. Assist with in-kind donations including capturing images, filling out donation forms, transferring and sorting donation, and ensuring acknowledgements are written by volunteers
5. Attend Administrative Coordinator cohort meetings
6. Assist Family Room Manager in maintain Ultra Storage unit
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Qualifications:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Knowledge and Skills:
General knowledge and demonstrated experience with office management; knowledge of the organizations and operations of administrative programs; ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with other staff, employees, and the general public; ability to present facts and recommendations effectively in oral and written form. Superior writing ability and analytical skills. Detail-oriented. Experience working with volunteers and utilizing social media a plus.
Supervisory Responsibilities: None
Language Skills:
Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from a variety of constituent groups, including staff, board members, volunteers, and the general public.
Spanish speaking abilities beneficial.
Computer Skills: Microsoft Office Suite required. Raisers Edge or other donor database software preferred. Familiarity with social media platforms, Hootsuite, and Constant Contact a plus.
Mathematical Skills:
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: None
Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel; talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to sit. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
Work Environment:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Salary: $19/hour, part time


Equal Opportunity Employer

Senior Advocate
Senior Concerns
Thousand Oaks, CA
1/04/24 Mar. 4, 2024
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Description:

Senior Concerns is hiring a full time Senior Advocate to support older adults in the community.
This position is responsible for providing information and referral services and one-on-one assistance about available community and government resources for seniors their families. The Senior Advocate will:
1. Provide all areas of advocacy including but not limited to housing, legal issues, government benefits, elder abuse, health insurance and food programs.
2. Effectively facilitate caregiver support groups in the community.
3. Record statistics accurately and maintain all grant requirements.
This is a full time position Monday through Friday. Office hours will be in multiple locations including the Simi Valley Senior Center, the Goebel Center in Thousand Oaks, and the Senior Concerns location on Hodencamp Ave, in Thousand Oaks.


Send resume to mshapiro@seniorconcerns.org.

 

Pay Range: $25.00 - $28.00 per hour

Housing Technician
Area Housing Authority of the County of Ventura
Newbury Park, CA
1/04/24 Mar. 4, 2024
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Description:

Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of technical and clerical work to assist individuals and families in obtaining affordable housing through the Housing Choice Voucher [HCV] program; interacts with clients and property owners participating in the affordable housing programs; maintains the integrity of the housing programs by ensuring that both clients and property owners are aware of and consistently adhere to the housing guidelines established by the AHA and HUD.

Salary Range: $23.67 - $31.15 per hour

Occupancy Specialist
Area Housing Authority of the County of Ventura
Newbury Park, CA
1/04/24 Mar. 4, 2024
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Description:

Under the general supervision of the Section 8 Manager, and in conjunction with other Eligibility staff, the Occupancy Specialist performs a variety of processes and procedures to determine individual and family initial eligibility for a variety of housing programs. The position conducts briefings for applicant families, calculates rental assistance amounts based upon program requirements; documents and maintains case files and on-line records; and maintain multiple lists of applicants for various programs.

 

Salary Range: $23.67 - $31.15 per hour

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Elverhoj Museum of History and Art

Ascension Lutheran Church & School

United Way of Ventura County

The Fund for Santa Barbara

Ventura County Bar Association

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