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Job Listings for the Week of August 31, 2020 (Issue 20-35)

Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! The Nature Conservancy — Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Arlington, Va., preferred, Posted 9.1.20
Reporting to the CEO and as a member of the Executive Leadership Team, the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer (CMCO) is responsible for creating innovative marketing and communications strategies that accelerate our strategies, build our global brand, leading to increased awareness, fundraising revenue, relevance and respect across diverse audiences, and the general public in the US and in key international markets. Our ideal candidate possesses tremendous communication and leadership skills, with proven success in traditional and innovative marketing campaigns across the broad spectrum of today’s marketing channels. We are looking for a ground-breaking, global leader with strategic, creative, and financial acumen as well as a strong business intellect and passion to take our organization to the next level. The location may be negotiable, but our Worldwide Office is preferred. View the full position description and apply here.

New! Consumer Reports — Marketing Operations Associate, Yonkers, N.Y., Posted 9.1.20
Marketing Operations Associate to provide operational support for CR’s award-winning consumer marketing department. You’ll help the team produce and manage multiple retention campaigns throughout the year focused on renewals, and billing, and gifts. We’re looking for someone who is creative, methodical and mindful, with a passion for helping consumers. 3+ years’ experience. Apply here.

USA for UNHCR — The UN Refugee Agency — Senior Director, Direct Response, Washington, D.C., Posted 8.25.20
Managing a team with direct reports, the Senior Director of Direct Response is primarily responsible for ensuring cohesion and integration between all direct response channels and initiatives to best maximize USA for UNHCR’s donor recruitment and retention, revenue and use of internal and external resources – financial and human alike. The Sr. Director’s mandates are to set strategy for and maximize donor acquisition throughout all channels, while setting, achieving, and exceeding benchmarks for donor retention and long-term value, most especially within the monthly donor program. The Sr. Director will foster a culture of collaboration between and across teams and departments. These include direct mail, telemarketing, digital marketing, mid-level donor, sustainers, DRTV, and Face to Face. The director is also responsible for nurturing meaningful and substantive collaboration with fundraising and development teams, specifically major gifts and community fundraising. The Sr. Director reports to the Chief Development Officer and works closely with her/him to set fundraising strategies. It is the responsibility of the Sr. Director to implement this strategy, effectively leveraging the talent and skills of other members of the direct response team and external partners/vendors. Learn more and apply here.

Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry — Development Manager (Mid-Tier), Washington, D.C. or Remote, Posted 8.25.20
Since 1984, Share Our Strength® has led the fight against hunger and poverty by inspiring and organizing individuals and businesses to share their strengths. Today, through the No Kid Hungry and Cooking Matters campaigns, Share Our Strength is ending childhood hunger in America by ensuring all children get the healthy food they need. No child should go hungry in America – we’re on our way to making that a reality and we want you to join us. The Development Manager (Mid-Tier) reports to and collaborates with the Senior Development Officer to manage all aspects of cultivating, stewarding and solicitating Mid-Tier donors ($1,000 to $9,999). The Manager stewards a caseload of 600-700 donors with no travel required. This role may be based in our Washington, D.C. headquarters, or remotely. For a full description and to apply, please visit the website.

Make-A-Wish America — Digital Fundraising Program Manager, Remote, Posted 8.25.20
Make-A-Wish America is the national headquarters for our organization, providing resources and support for our 60 Chapters around the country. The Integrated Fundraising Team’s focus is to maximize donor engagement and elevate fundraising programs across the country. This work includes executing on national strategies and consulting with Chapters to amplify regional fundraising programs. The Digital Program Manager is a key contributor to our mission by overseeing the digital and television advertising programs. This work includes search, display, retargeting, and video channels used to inspire philanthropy and elevate fundraising initiatives. For a full description and to apply, please visit the website.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) — Manager, Stewardship and Engagement, New York, N.Y., Posted 8.18.20
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) and Planned Parenthood Action Fund seeks a project manager for stewardship and engagement activities for mid-level donors within the direct response department/President’s Circle program. This job reports to the Associate Director of Stewardship and Engagement in the direct response department/President’s Circle program. The President’s Circle sits within the direct response department of the development division and specifically solicits and stewards donors who have the capacity to donate between $1,000 and $24,999 to PPFA and PPAF. Apply here.

Paralyzed Veterans of America — Digital Marketing Manager, Washington, D.C., Posted 8.18.20
The Digital Marketing Manager is a key driver in promoting awareness of PVA’s mission, digital fundraising, programs, and advocacy efforts. This role will own the end to end management of PVA’s blog and internal email activities including campaign development, content sourcing, trafficking and execution via Hubspot and Salesforce Marketing Cloud. In collaboration with the Associate Director of Digital Marketing and Communications, this role also manages the content of PVA.org [LINK: https://pva.org/] including content updates, optimizations for search engine marketing (SEM) and donor conversion, and promotion of both internal and external facing campaigns. In addition, the position will work in partnership with the Social Media Manager to develop cross-channel strategies and general engagement to further PVA’s brand awareness and reach. Apply here.

Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry — Manager, Digital Fundraising, Washington, D.C. or Remote, Posted 8.11.20
Since 1984, Share Our Strength® has led the fight against hunger and poverty by inspiring and organizing individuals and businesses to share their strengths. One of the many things that sets our organization apart is our strong commitment to telling the story of our work and those we serve through digital channels. With 1 in 4 kids in the U.S. potentially facing hunger this year because of the pandemic, telling these stories is more important than ever. The Manager will implement a strategic online engagement and fundraising plan to most effectively acquire, convert, and retain constituents through digital channels. Working collaboratively with the Direct Response and Communications teams, the Manager ensures campaigns are integrated and optimized to convert email, website, and paid ad audiences to financial supporters. This role may be based in our Washington, D.C. headquarters, or remotely. For a full description and to apply, please visit the website. 


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Fee structure & invoicing:

  • ANA Member Nonprofit Organization — Complimentary (3 positions per issue)
  • ANA NF Corporate Partner — $200 — 3 positions per issue
  • Non-member — $350 — 2 positions per issue

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