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Job Listings for the Week of December 13, 2021 (Issue 21-50)

Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! Make-A-Wish America — Senior Manager, Brand Campaigns and Marketing Operations, Remote (Ariz., Calif., Fla., Ga., Ill., Ind., Iowa, Minn., Mo., Nev., N.J., N.Y., N.C., Ohio, Ore., Pa., Texas or Va.), Posted 12.14.21
This role is responsible for implementing integrated marketing plans for key Make-A-Wish “drive periods” and tentpole events, collaborating with key stakeholders to ensure organizational alignment, and managing the development and delivery of assets for national marketing campaigns intended to grow brand reach and drive revenue growth for Make-A-Wish. This role will also support the development of campaign strategy, the implementation of a new 18-24-month campaign planning process, market research and brand health measurement efforts, as well as various revenue generating efforts across channels. View the full position description and apply here.

New! Make-A-Wish America — Brand and Marketing Project Manager, Remote (Ariz., Calif., Fla., Ga., Ill., Ind., Iowa, Minn., Mo., Nev., N.J., N.Y., N.C., Ohio, Ore., Pa., Texas, or Va.), Posted 12.14.21
The ideal candidate for this position not only has strong organizational and project management skills but can also take a global view of the team’s overall process, customer service and reporting and work to make improvements to ensure efficiency, visibility, and communication. The Brand and Marketing Project Manager partners with the Senior Project Manager and the Director of Brand Campaigns and Marketing Strategy and guides stakeholders to develop project management strategy with a big-picture perspective. Potential management to lead, coach and develop the Campaigns Project Specialist while also managing the project cycle for a variety of stakeholders and initiatives (hands-on project management work). View the full position description and apply here.

New! San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance — Executive Communications Writer, San Diego, Calif., Posted 12.14.21
Writes targeted short- and long-form executive communications for a variety of internal and external audiences, including, video scripts, email, executive presentations, social posts, and OpEds. Crafts a wide communication supporting the entire executive team, including the CEO, COO, CMO, Chief Philanthropy Officer, and Chief Conservation and Wildlife Health Officer as well as the Executive Directors of the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park, transforming complex messaging into effective communication for all audience types. Learn more and apply here.

New! San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance — Philanthropy Writer, San Diego, Calif., Posted 12.14.21
Writes, edits, and creates compelling and persuasive fundraising content in digital and print format on behalf of the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance (SDZWA) Philanthropy and Marketing departments. Crafts engaging copy that drives donor response to meet the organization’s fundraising goals across a wide variety of communication channels, including email, direct mail, web, and social as well as broad audience segments, including mass market, sustaining, mid-level, planned and major giving. Learn more and apply here.

Feeding America — Manager, Direct Marketing Fundraising Services, Chicago, Ill. or Washington, D.C., Posted 12.7.21
The Manager, Direct Marketing Fundraising Services will play a significant role in Feeding America’s efforts to provide marketing-focused fundraising capacity-building services to network food bank members, with a specialized focus on digital fundraising. The Manager will help develop new resources and services to increase members’ ability to acquire, steward, and retain donors in a rapidly evolving philanthropic landscape. Acting as a fundraising consultant, the role will partner with network food bank members to help address greatest strategic and executional needs to grow fundraising capacity in service of people facing hunger. Learn more and apply here.

Feeding America — Specialist, Corporate Partnerships (Two Positions Available), Chicago, Ill., Posted 12.7.21
The Specialist supports Corporate Partnerships team leadership and relationship managers in fundraising and business development efforts. This position spends 50% of time supporting relationship managers with account management and 50% of time supporting team operations. Learn more and apply here.

Feeding America — Director, Principal and Strategic Gifts, Chicago, Ill., Posted 12.7.21
Serve as a leader of the Strategic Gifts team and overall Development team and manage relationships with a portfolio of 50 or more principal gift donors and prospects (capacity for gifts >$150k annually). Develop cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies for this portfolio, conduct and support donor outreach and engagement strategies to deepen and expand individual donors’ relationships and personally solicit their support. The position plays a key role, working closely with the Strategic Gifts Team, to develop integrated strategies and tactics to deepen relationships with individual donors and prospects for principal gifts, and direct donor and food bank network engagement will be a key function of this position. Learn more and apply here.

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews — Philanthropy Associate, Special Gifts, Chicago, Ill., Posted 12.7.21
The Fellowship is currently seeking a Philanthropy Associate, Special Gifts to provide operational support in processing contributions made via Qualified Charitable Distributions (“QCDs”) and Donor Advised Funds (“DAFs”), ensuring that donors are identified, receipted, thanked, and cultivated for future gifts. An understanding of various planned giving and retirement planning methods would be helpful background for this role. You’ll work closely with great colleagues on the philanthropy team as well as third-party administrators to confirm the donor details and intent. Learn more and apply here.

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews — Director of Content and Production, Chicago, Ill., Posted 12.7.21
The Fellowship has a great opportunity for a director to lead our marketing content and production strategy and team, ensuring alignment with our key areas of work. This role helps to drive awareness of The Fellowship and our mission through a variety of channels and mediums, producing as well as working with outside vendors for high-quality content that is on brand. The director will analyze progress and successes by monitoring and evaluating metrics. In addition to digital and omnichannel background and advanced production and editing capabilities, a strong understanding of Christian and Jewish tenets will be helpful in creating compelling content. Learn more and apply here.

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews — Senior Graphic Designer, Chicago, Ill., Posted 12.7.21
We are currently seeking a Senior Graphic Designer who will manage all of The Fellowship’s in-house design projects across a variety of channels. This role will work with key stakeholders across the organization, responding to regular design requests and briefs. The position will require the ability be innovative as well as ensure our design approach is modern while staying true to who we are as a brand. The Senior Graphic Designer will also manage in-house and freelance designers. Learn more and apply here.

Covenant House International — Manager of Database Administration and Support, New York, N.Y., Posted 11.30.21
In support of Covenant House’s goal of becoming a data-informed Learning Organization that achieves positive outcomes for and with young people experiencing homelessness and human trafficking, the Manager of Database Administration and Support will manage the continued implementation and ongoing enhancement of our Social Solutions’ Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) data collection and performance management system, which is used across Covenant House International (CHI) and each of its sites. Covenant House is a vaccinated employer. As such, prospective new hires will be required to provide proof of vaccination or be willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination by date of hire to be considered. To apply, please send your resume to email address amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

Covenant House International — Coordinator, Corporate Partnerships, New York, N.Y., Posted 11.30.21
Reporting to the Vice President, Corporate Partnerships, the Coordinator, Corporate Partnerships is responsible for leading administrative and operational support to the Corporate Partnerships team. The Coordinator will take an operational role in helping to streamline and organize corporate giving-related systems, processes, and communications. Covenant House is a vaccinated employer. As such, prospective new hires will be required to provide proof of vaccination or be willing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination by date of hire to be considered. To apply, please send your resume to email address amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

Facing History and Ourselves — Manager, Stewardship, Events, and Communications, New York, N.Y., Posted 11.30.21
The Manager will work with the NY development team, volunteer leadership, colleagues at headquarters, and external consultants to develop and implement a comprehensive donor stewardship plan that engages a diverse and changing donor base and attracts new and diverse donors. This will include small- and large-scale events (in-person, hybrid, and online). This role will include a central project management role working with local and headquarters staff and consultants to: develop, communicate, and execute and event timelines; complete event marketing and production tasks; and proactively communicate and coordinate fundraising tasks with the NY development team. In addition, The Manager will work with local development and program teams and headquarters staff to develop, implement, and sophisticate an annual communications strategy to steward and cultivate current and potential donors in NY. Learn more and apply here.

Operation Smile — Corporate Philanthropy Specialist, Virginia Beach, Va., Posted 11.30.21
The Corporate Partnerships team at Operation Smile works with a diverse and growing portfolio of global corporations and their associated corporate foundations. The Corporate Philanthropy Specialist’s core responsibility is to increase donations from Operation Smile Corporate Partnerships Team’s key portfolio of corporate, foundation and mid-level business accounts. This position reports to and works closely with the Corporate Philanthropy team to meet the team’s annual fundraising goal of $4.5M. The Corporate Philanthropy Specialist works closely with internal and external stakeholders to grow key corporate accounts and help recruit new corporate partner donors. Learn more and apply here.

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières — Manager, Midlevel Giving, New York, N.Y., Posted 11.23.21
The Manager, Midlevel Giving is an exciting opportunity for a hands-on, communications-savvy and analytical candidate with direct marketing experience to help MSF-USA achieve our ambitious fundraising goals. Working closely with the Associate Director, Midlevel Giving, you will help implement our strategic plan to grow our robust, evolving midlevel donor program ($1,000-$24,999 cumulative). You’ll be an integral part of a lively, multidisciplinary team focused on inspiring loyalty and commitment. This highly valuable donor cohort currently contributes significant revenue, constituting twenty percent of MSF-USA’s annual income. Your focus will be to bring bold new visions to life in donor communications that inspire and inform. You will also extend our connections with these committed supporters, deepening relationships through personal outreach. Learn more and apply here.

Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry — Associate Director, Prospect Research and Portfolio Management, Washington, D.C., Posted 11.23.21
The Associate Director, Prospect Research and Portfolio Management will provide leadership and strategic vision for a robust and growing program encompassing donor research, analysis, and prospect management in support of major gifts and foundation programs. The Associate Director will lead portfolio optimization across the development team by building and managing donor pipelines and creating systems that leverage growing direct response and mid-tier programs, as well as increasing prospect opportunities through volunteer leadership. For a full description and to apply, please visit the website.


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  • Postings will appear in four (4) consecutive issues of ANA Nonprofit Careers, unless we are directed to pull the posting prior to its expiration
  • Postings are taken on a rolling first-come, first-served basis with the most recent appearing at the top of the listing; opportunities at nonprofit organizations appear first followed by those with agencies and suppliers.
  • To relist a position, the posting must be resubmitted, and the applicable fee paid
  • No generic postings accepted
  • Due to the large number of postings we receive, the Nonprofit Federation will not edit submissions; postings that do not meet our specifications will be returned for editing.
  • Email postings in text format per the specifications to Alicia Osgood.

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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