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Job Listings for the Week of January 11, 2021 (Issue 21-02)

Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! Paralyzed Veterans of America — Associate Director, Digital Marketing, Washington, D.C., Posted 1.12.21
The Associate Director of Digital Marketing drives the strategic vision for the digital landscape of Paralyzed Veterans of America. The AD manages complex integrated strategies in collaboration with the digital marketing agency, web and internal Communications team to deliver on their primary business goals including: driving fundraising revenues thru all digital channels, amplifying brand awareness, and increasing donor/member engagement levels. In addition, the position will work closely with internal program stakeholders to deliver member and advocate audience focused content through PVA digital channels. View the full position description and how to apply here.

New! Make-A-Wish Foundation of America — Public Relations Manager, Remote, Posted 1.12.21
The Public Relations Manager will take on an integral and influential role in carrying out public relations strategy in the form of pitching stories of national significance, building relationships with targeted media, sourcing stories for national media inquiries and drafting press materials. As a member of the National PR Team, the manager should be someone who can remain confident and composed while working with a variety of external stakeholders including national media, corporate sponsors and celebrities/influencers. Equally as important, the manager should be ready and able to provide counsel and expertise in regards to how public relations can support the work being done by the internal fundraising and campaigns teams at the national and chapter level. View the full position description and how to apply here.

New! The Nature Conservancy — Gift Planning Marketing and Communications Project Manager, Remote (Arlington, Va. preferred), Posted 1.12.21
The Gift Planning Marketing and Communications Project Manager creates, implements, manages, and tracks marketing efforts in approved plans to both acquire and cultivate gift planning donors. Projects may include (but are not limited to) marketing efforts such as mailings, print and digital advertisements, emails, and webpages; donor stewardship materials such as presentations and factsheets; internal communications such as emails and intranet posts. The ideal candidate has at least 5 years’ experience managing marketing projects, working collaboratively across departments or with client/customer relationships, and an interest in both the creative and analytic side of marketing campaigns. To apply visit our careers site and search for posting 49254. Submit resume (required) and cover letter separately using the upload buttons. Applications will be reviewed in the order they’re received and the position will remain open until filled. View the full position description and apply here.

New! The Nature Conservancy — Senior Digital Media Specialist, Location Negotiable (Arlington, Va. preferred), Posted 1.12.21
Membership’s Senior Digital Media Specialist is responsible for implementing marketing strategies to recruit new donors and prospects and maximize supporters’ long-term value using paid media placements. An expert in the fields of prospecting, retargeting and search engine advertising, they work closely with audience strategists to provide input on growth projections across multiple digital advertising channels. Membership’s Senior Digital Media Specialist leads the creation and execution of media plans, as well as the daily optimization of advertising campaigns. The ideal candidate has 5 years’ experience running and optimizing media campaigns in digital advertising platforms. To apply visit our careers site and search for posting 49286. Submit resume (required) and cover letter separately using the upload buttons. Applications will be reviewed in the order they’re received, and the position will remain open until filled. View the full position description and apply here.

New! Smithsonian Institution — Head of Digital Transformation, Washington, D.C., Posted 1.12.21
The Head of Digital Transformation will be expected to conceptualize and execute an institutional digital transformation strategy, integrate and prioritize ongoing digital initiatives, ensure new and innovative ideas are considered and acted upon, and target a handful of key cultural and structural reforms needed to support a truly “One Smithsonian” digital approach. View the full position description and how to apply here.

New! Southern Poverty Law Center — Chief Communications Officer, Atlanta, Ga.; Jackson, Miss.; Miami, Fla.; Montgomery, Ala.; New Orleans, La.; Tallahassee, Fla.; Washington, D.C., Posted 1.12.21
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is seeking a strategic, innovative and experienced Chief Communications Officer (CCO) to provide vision, leadership and direction for SPLC’s communications. Through crafting the organization’s communications strategies and messaging at the state and national levels, the CCO will play a critical role in the SPLC’s programmatic and branding work, leading SPLC’s engagement of the media and enhancing SPLC’s visibility, image and influence through effective communications. Reporting to the SPLC president and working closely with executive team members, the CCO will spearhead efforts to weave a compelling and engaging narrative about the organization’s mission and impact. The CCO will oversee teams in media, creative and design services, editorial and digital engagement and will collaborate on marketing programs that intersect with the department’s functions. This is an incredible opportunity to serve as SPLC’s lead storyteller as the SPLC advances its mission to achieve racial justice, build intersectional movements, eradicate white supremacy and institutional racism, and protect the human rights of all people. At a time of significant transition within the organization, including the communications department, the CCO will help chart the course in a new era for this storied civil rights organization. View the full position description and how to apply here.

New! Mayo Clinic — Chief Development Officer, Rochester, Minn., Posted 1.12.21
Mayo Clinic’s Cure.Connect.Transform. vision and strategy reflects Mayo’s distinctive strengths in innovation and excellence, and is expected to secure Mayo’s role as the premier global health care provider. The Department of Development is tightly aligned in this journey with its strategy and approach toward these top priorities. The chief development officer (CDO) reports to the chief administrative officer and is the administrative partner to the executive dean for Development. The CDO works collaboratively with Mayo Administration colleagues, physician colleagues and allied health staff and nurtures a culture of agility, empowerment, innovation and transparency within the Department of Development. The CDO serves as a member of leadership groups within Mayo Clinic, including the Development Committee of the Board of Trustees with the executive dean for Development; Board of Trustees ex-officio, Mayo Clinic Executive Operating Team, and Mayo Clinic Administrative Team. View the full position description and how to apply here.

New! St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – ALSAC — Development Specialist – Bilingual, Washington, D.C., Posted 1.12.21
Responsible for generating revenue by managing, recruiting, and expanding volunteer, donor and sponsorship efforts throughout the region. Maximizes funds raised for ALSAC, while increasing the support for and awareness of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Conducts high-revenue special events and implements core programs for general and multicultural markets throughout the region, works with and manages the coordinators, committees and partners of these events to maximize revenue and grow events. View the full position description and how to apply here.

New! Mount Sinai Health System — Development Proposal Writer- Development/Fundraising – Corporate 42nd Street, New York, N.Y., Posted 1.12.21
The Development Proposal Writer will serve as a key member of the overall Development Communications team under the direction of the Senior Director of Development Communications within Mount Sinai Health System’s Office of Development. Reporting directly into the Director of Proposal Development, the Development Proposal Writer will create proposals, cases for support, presentations, etc., for use by Major Gift Officers in seeking gifts from principal- and major-gift level donors, prospects, trustees, etc. handling a variety of projects to support fundraising for Mount Sinai’s $2 billion campaign. View the full position description and how to apply here. 

ANA Educational Foundation — VP, Partnerships, New York, N.Y., Posted 1.5.21
The AEF is seeking a senior level executive to lead our sponsorship and fundraising programs. The position is equal parts business development and relationship management and will report directly to the AEF President & CEO. A key responsibility will be securing partner support for the new Masters on Campus program aimed at better connecting the industry to academia. Fundraising responsibilities will include leading revenue generation for the annual Honors Night gala benefit which recognizes industry leaders for their contributions to talent and education. The VP, Partnerships will also support ANA membership sales to colleges and universities, and will identify new revenue streams for the Foundation as its programs expand. We are looking for an “insider” who has strong relationships within the marketing and advertising industry. The individual must be entrepreneurial, service oriented, and committed to ensuring that sponsors and contributors receive maximum benefit for their partnership. A passion for building our next generation of young, diverse talent is essential, and knowledge of the higher education landscape is a plus. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Paralyzed Veterans of America — Associate Director of Direct Mail, Washington, D.C., Posted 1.5.21
Reporting to the Director of Direct Mail Fundraising, the Associate Director will have a solid understanding of direct mail campaign objectives and operations to assist the Director in implementing strategy in order to achieve overall program goals. This position will work closely with the Director to obtain approvals and make decisions on direct mail campaigns with external partners including our creative agency, list managers, and data analysts. The AD will manage campaign expectations and timelines and communicate changes/direction to team members. This includes monitoring the effectiveness of campaign strategy, assessing results of each campaign, and tracking campaigns from inception to completion. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Arthritis Foundation — Vice President, Development and Community Giving, Atlanta, Ga., Chicago, Ill., and New York, N.Y., Posted 1.5.21
The Vice President, Development and Community Giving is responsible for institutionalizing and continuously improving strategies which leverage the value and impact delivered by the arthritis community into new fundraising and donor development opportunities. Specifically, this position leads both staff and volunteers in building the donor base and stewarding donors through development pathways from their first point-of-contact through the spectrum of mid-level, major and planned giving. Overseeing the special events function, this role ensures successful growth of AF’s signature properties while also devising innovative concepts that attract new audiences and strengthen engagement. And, connecting mission outcomes to relevant business sectors, this position builds robust corporate partnerships that lead to new dollars through creative cause campaigns, grants, product royalties and expanded employee engagement. While maintaining their own portfolio of personal and corporate donors, the Vice President, Development and Community Giving manages a team of 10 through four direct reports, including a Vice President, Corporate Partnerships; Senior Director, Individual Giving; Director, Community Events; and a Manager, Grants and Foundations. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Save the Children — Associate Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer, Washington, D.C., Posted 1.5.21
The Associate Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, and Chief Ethics Officer helps lead the Legal and Risk Management Division, fosters a values-based culture of compliance at Save the Children, and partners with teams across Save the Children USA and its affiliates to help the agency manage its legal needs and exposures. In coordination with the General Counsel and the closely-knit legal team, you will engage with staff across the organization, with outside counsel, with the Board of Trustees, with donors, and other stakeholders to support Save the Children’s mission and programs. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry — Senior Manager, Gift Administration, Washington, D.C., Posted 12.29.20
The Senior Manager, Gift Administration will lead a team responsible for processing and recording 300,000 + transactions annually into our database of record (Raiser’s Edge), posting transactions to the general ledger (Financial Edge), overseeing donor receipting/acknowledgement, and reconciling all transactional data with Finance. The Senior Manager will provide internal expertise on gift acceptance policies, system, and procedures as well as IRS rules regarding recording and receipting charitable gifts. Additional responsibilities include management of two Donor Operations team members, serving as the main liaison between Donor Operations and Finance, initiating projects to improve internal operations, facilitating timely reconciliation and closings, and backing up the Director, as needed. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America — Business Analyst, Digital Fundraising and Supporter Engagement, Washington, D.C., Posted 12.22.20
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) and Planned Parenthood Action Fund seeks a Business Analyst. This job reports to the Director, Data and Analysis in the Digital Fundraising and Supporter Engagement (DFSE) department of PPFA. The DFSE team is responsible for running Planned Parenthood’s national email, SMS, and digital advertising programs to raise funds online, power advocacy work, and engage with Planned Parenthood supporters across the country. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Boston Children’s Hospital — Funds Reporting Officer – Trust Finance, Boston, Mass., Posted 12.22.20
The Trust Finance Funds Reporting Office will be responsible for: developing, implementing, and maintaining a comprehensive philanthropic funds financial activity reporting program. Utilizing various internal databases and working in coordination with Trust Finance, IMT and the Trust Communications teams. Tracking and pushing reporting on philanthropic funds, through the creation and presentation of customized quarterly reports and dashboards. Distributes donor-specific fund financial reporting, as required. Managing communications of funds activity reporting with internal Trust staff as well as the hospital’s departmental, divisional and program stakeholders. Identifying problematic aggregate spending patterns through statistical analysis and multi-year review. Other Trust Finance projects as assigned. View the full position description and how to apply here.

Make-A-Wish Foundation of America — Virtual Fundraising Manager, Remote, Posted 12.22.20
The Virtual Fundraising Manager is a key contributor to our mission by expanding our fundraising network in key influencer and livestream communities. While driving revenue, this important work will also impact our wish granting opportunities and strategic partnerships. View the full position description and how to apply here.

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  • ANA Member Nonprofit Organization — Complimentary (3 positions per issue)
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