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Job Listings for the Week of June 21, 2021 (Issue 21-25)

Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! Covenant House International — AVP, Programs, New York, N.Y., Posted 6.22.21
Reporting to the VP, Programs, the AVP, Programs will be responsible for developing and launching a Human Trafficking program at Covenant House International (CHI) as part of the organization’s emerging Program Initiative. This is a newly created role that will primarily focus on supporting Covenant House sites across the six-country Federation in the area of human trafficking services as well as collaborating on and supporting the development and implementation of other programs in the department. The purpose of the Program Initiative is to support and leverage opportunities to improve practice, quality and service delivery and achieve the strongest outcomes possible at individual youth, site and Federation levels. All program work will be undertaken with a spirit of collaboration and commitment to partnership with Covenant House site leaders and designed from a strengths-based, trauma-sensitive lens. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org

New! Covenant House International — VP, Peer-to-Peer, New York, N.Y., Posted 6.22.21
Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, the VP, Peer-to-Peer (P2P) is responsible for leading an ambitious effort to dramatically grow and sustain Covenant House’s P2P program. Working across teams – including Corporate Partnerships, Integrated Direct Marketing, Major Giving, Site Development and Brand + Communications – the VP drives the marketing, recruitment, coaching and retention efforts that scale our P2P program worldwide. Our ideal candidate has significant experience in growing a well-known P2P brand and understands the changing landscape around live, virtual and hybrid events. Their P2P recruitment experience spans from direct marketing strategies to high-touch relationship management. They have a demonstrated track record of success with both cross-team collaboration and effective team leadership. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org

New! Make-A-Wish America — Director, National Campaigns and Marketing Operations, Remote (Ariz., Calif., Fla., Ga., Ill., Ind., Iowa, Minn., Mo., N.Y., N.C., Ohio, Okla., Ore., Texas, Va. or Wis.), Posted 6.22.21
Make-A-Wish is recruiting a senior fundraising and marketing leader responsible for developing, implementing, and managing campaigns intended to grow brand reach and drive revenue growth. This role is also responsible for driving innovation and a implementing a 18-24-month campaign planning process based on Make-A-Wish strategic priorities as well as partnership opportunities. The director leads a team that partners with other national and chapter leaders on various organizational initiatives, including corporate marketing programs, new business development, and integrated fundraising programs. View the full position description and apply here.

New! Make-A-Wish America — Director, Planned Giving, Remote (Ariz., Calif., Fla., Ga., Ill., Ind., Iowa, Minn., Mo., N.Y., N.C., Ohio, Okla., Ore., Texas, Va. or Wis.), Posted 6.22.21
Make-A-Wish America is the national headquarters for our organization, providing resources and support for our 59 Chapters around the country. The Revenue Partnerships and Services Team is committed to providing a best-in-class donor experience by elevating our fundraising programs across the country. This team of fundraising professionals are driving a culture of philanthropy to provide resources to grant a wish for every eligible child. The Director of Planned Giving is a key contributor to the Make-A-Wish mission by leading dynamic stewardship strategies and experiences to drive revenue. Success in this role achieved through individual contributions, leading a small team, and leveraging relationships across departments and our Chapters. View the full position description and apply here.

New! BrightFocus Foundation — Direct Response Marketing Associate/Coordinator, Clarksburg, Md., Posted 6.22.21
The Direct Marketing Coordinator is responsible for day-to-day administration of an integrated direct response communication and fundraising program for BrightFocus Foundation, including timeline management, copy and art review for accuracy, organization of working and final project files and schedules The Coordinator plays an important role in the planning and execution of communications, fundraising and special projects as it relates to direct response audiences. Most projects are multi-channel efforts encompassing some combination of email, SEM, multiple social media platforms, and direct mail. Ideal candidate is detail-oriented, organized, has 3 years of Administrative experience, strong problem-solving and analytical skills, solid written and verbal communications with excellent customer service skills. Must be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously and adapt to constantly changing environments. CRM database experience is a plus. View the full position description and how to apply here.

World Vision USA — Senior Multimedia Storyteller, Federal Way, Wash. (near Seattle, Wash.), Posted 6.15.21
The Job As a Senior Multimedia Storyteller working within our award-winning internal creative agency, your experience will get put to use on work that’s close to the heart of God and in the spirit of Matthew 25:34-40. You’ll work alongside a team of award-winning writers and photographers who serve as the bridge between the front lines of our global work and our supporters, telling the stories that few organizations can. Each week will be different, and you’ll use an array of writing, editing, photography, and multi-media skills to develop stunning content that attracts, educates, motivates, and affirms our supporters. If variety is something you enjoy, and you have a range of skills that you equally want to exercise and grow in, then this is a great fit for you. Some days, you’ll use your journalism skills to interview donors, partners, program participants, and experts, and then you’ll write their stories in compelling ways for different end uses across the organization—magazine and digital articles, Q&As, listicles, social media posts, videos, FAQs, and more. Other days, you’ll also put your editing skills to use by producing content using stories, photos, and videos from our communication staff located around the world. Other weeks, you’ll be collaborating with marketers and storytellers to create World Vision’s award-winning semi-annual print magazine and monthly content email newsletter. You’ll also work closely with our digital team as we seek to improve and optimize content based on online user behavior, site analytics, and search trends in order to reach new audiences and increase engagement. Come roll-up your sleeves with us and create content that moves people’s hearts and minds to action! You’ll be joining the organization that flipped the script on child sponsorship with the introduction of Chosen®, recognized by AdWeek, MediaPost, Upworthy, Christianity Today, and winner of two 2020 ANA REGGIE Awards. And fundamental to your life: you’re inspired by your faith in Jesus to love God and love your neighbors. Does this sound like you? Want to be a part of creating the future of this incredible organization? We’d love to hear from you. View the full position description and apply here.

USO — Brand Manager, Arlington, Va., Posted 6.15.21
Since 1941, the USO has been the nation’s leading organization to serve the men and women in the U.S. military, and their families, throughout their time in uniform. From the moment they join, through their assignments and deployments, and as they transition back to their communities, the USO is always by their side. Today’s USO continuously adapts to the needs of our men and women in uniform and their families, so they can focus on their very important mission. We operate USO centers at or near military installations across the United States and throughout the world, including in combat zones, and even un-staffed USO service sites in places too dangerous for anyone but combat troops to occupy. The Brand Manager is responsible for supporting the Director, Brand Transformation Initiative and providing strategic input, quantitative and qualitative analyses and direction for the USO Brand. Leads cross-functional project team. Coordinates and reports the status of brand transformation KPIs within the USO. View the full position description and apply here.

Paralyzed Veterans of America — Donor Services Manager, Washington, D.C., Posted 6.15.21
The Donor Services Manager will serve as the first point of contact at PVA Headquarters and provide exceptional customer service and follow-up support to prospective, new, and existing (including recurring and mid-level) direct mail donors via phone, email, and written correspondence. This position performs a variety of duties related to effectively marketing the organization to PVA donors and ensures donors receive excellent customer service when contact is made. This position requires high-attention to detail with quick but thorough follow through and exceptional customer service etiquette and empathy. Additionally, this position supports the PVA Donor Contact Center on a daily basis. The Manager is responsible for keeping the contact center up-to-date on all PVA fundraising campaigns and providing regular updates on PVA programs and organization-wide changes. The Manager serves as the donors’ liaison to all PVA Departments particularly the Executive Office, the Finance Department, and the Communications Department. Additionally, works closely with PVA Chapters as the liaison for fundraising requests. View the full position description and apply here.

The University of Chicago — Assistant Director of Leadership Annual Giving, Chicago, Ill., Posted 6.15.21
The Assistant Director of Leadership Annual Giving is a key member of the External Affairs team and must have a keen understanding of the principles of fundraising and the mission of the school. Responsibilities include developing and executing annual reunion strategies to secure gifts from alumni and friends. This position leads and manages a large number of volunteer alumni through class reunions to produce effective annual giving solicitations that result in significant participation and dollars raised. The Assistant Director also participates in planning and program management and upholds annual visit and solicitation goals. Frequent travel within Chicago and to other regions is required as is occasional work on the weekends. View the full position description and apply here.

Arthritis Foundation — Chief Mission Officer, Atlanta, Ga., Posted 6.8.21
The Chief Mission Officer (CMO) is responsible for providing strategic leadership and oversight of the Arthritis Foundation’s mission delivery activities and reports directly to the Executive Vice President. The CMO will have primary responsibility for achieving the Foundation’s three mission-critical goals of accelerating scientific discoveries, improving patient experience, and increasing the effectiveness of public and private advocacy including the development and implementation of programs in research, public health, public policy, advocacy, and consumer health. The CMO will create a cohesive framework for coordination and integration of our research, public health, public policy, advocacy and consumer health initiatives to maximize progress of the Foundation’s mission. This includes monitoring the effectiveness of these initiatives in accomplishing the goals of the strategic plan and to fully integrate these initiatives into the fund raising and business fabric of the Arthritis Foundation. View the full position description and apply here.

Arthritis Foundation — Integrated Marketing Manager, Atlanta, Ga., Posted 6.8.21
The Integrated Marketing Manager manages the Arthritis Foundation’s owned media assets to maximize the promotion of our initiatives, priorities, and strategic programs. S/He will partner with Marketing & Communications colleagues, as well as vendors, agencies, and other internal teams, to manage high traffic areas such as the home page for arthritis.org, our blog, and our email communications to maximize engagement from our constituents. The Integrated Marketing Manager is accountable for ensuring all high traffic areas are updated regularly and reflect our initiatives in an effort to raise awareness and drive further participation from our visitors and constituents. The Integrated Marketing Manager will bring a love for marketing and a passion to drive results, whether it is understanding the type of content that drives the most engagement or understanding the right cadence for the messages to drive participation. S/he will help to establish benchmarks for content performance for key promotion areas throughout our owned media to help guide our integrated marketing efforts. S/he will play a critical role in the team’s success. View the full position description and apply here.

Boys & Girls Clubs of America — Director, Philanthropy, Atlanta, Ga., Posted 6.8.21
Under the supervision of the Senior Philanthropy Officer, the Director, Philanthropy has the responsibility for assuring the successful achievement of aggressive fundraising goals for gifts valued at $50,000+. The Director, Philanthropy will be responsible for conducting 12-15 visits monthly and manage a portfolio of 150-200 major gift & plan giving prospective prospects and donors. This position will have primary responsibility for the development of a major gift portfolio to be sourced from referrals, event attendees, and highly rated prospects from integrated direct response strategies, as well as the Director, Philanthropy own prospecting. Strong focus will be placed on the development of individual philanthropic prospects and donors from the annual events. The Director, Philanthropy will work in collaboration with Regional Development Officers (RDO), events, senior leadership and Board members to engage and solicit major gifts to meet annual major gift revenue goals. View the full position description and apply here.

Covenant House International — Director, Consumer Marketing Data Analytics, New York, N.Y., Posted 6.1.21
Reporting to VP, Marketing Optimization and Digital Experience, the Director, Consumer Marketing Data Analytics leads an internal service team designed to help maximize fundraising results through collaboration with and support of the Audience and Channel strategies. This role is responsible for the design and implementation of data strategy and analytics for integrated Consumer Marketing campaigns through frequent communication with internal and external stakeholders. Recommend and implement segment testing strategies, address data challenges, drive data and reporting solutions to support organizational fundraising goals and objectives. Oversee use of industry best practices, strategies, and technologies to analyze supporter behavior and provide donor segmentation with the goal of increasing engagement, revenue, and retention. The successful candidate will fundamentally improve the marketing team’s access to actionable data, increase our marketing optimization efforts and ultimately deliver an enriching experience to our donors and supporters. You may be required to travel for this position, up to 5%. To apply, please send your resume to amartinez@covenanthouse.org.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America — Coordinator, Donor Services, New York, N.Y., Posted 6.1.21
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) and Planned Parenthood Action Fund seeks a dynamic and effective Coordinator to assist with a number of key department tasks, providing quality customer service. This job reports to the Associate Director, Donor Services in the Direct Response department of PPFA. The Donor Services team, within Direct Response, supports the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Planned Parenthood Action Fund, and Planned Parenthood Federal PAC outreach and engagement efforts by providing outstanding supporter care to key external and internal constituents. View the full position description and apply here.

Mission Investment Fund of the ELCA — Database Marketing Manager, Chicago, Ill., Posted 6.1.21
The Database Marketing Manager plays a key role in the development, execution and analysis of direct marketing initiatives while identifying and implementing opportunities to boost reach, customer acquisition and retention. This position is responsible for the development of target audiences and segmentation strategies for use in data-driven marketing campaigns. This role will influence the organization’s database marketing strategies, including technology, tools and processes that best serve business objectives. View the full position description and apply here.

Mission Investment Fund of the ELCA — Marketing and Communications Content Manager, Chicago, Ill., Posted 6.1.21
This position manages and contributes to the strategic development of marketing and internal communications for MIF and the ELCA Federal Credit Union (FCU), and executes branded content as well as content promoting products and services across all channels for internal and customer-facing audiences. View the full position description and apply here.

World Vision USA — Senior Copywriter, Federal Way, Wash. (near Seattle, Wash.), Posted 6.1.21
At World Vision USA we invite people to positively impact the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children through charitable giving. Our recipe includes love of all people, thriftiness, and targeting the root causes of poverty to bring about human transformation and fullness of life. With us every 60 seconds a family gets water, a hungry child is fed, and a family gets the tools to overcome poverty. As Senior Copywriter working within our internal creative agency, your expertise will be brought to bear on work that is close to the heart of God (in the spirit of Matthew 25:34-40). If you have a passion to connect your talent to life-changing work with impact, look no further. Come roll-up your sleeves with us and create copy that moves people’s hearts and minds to action. Copywriting here means writing for digital, print, social, as well as scripts that connect our supporters to the frontlines of work in nearly 100 countries around the world. Bring your genuine love for writing and collaborating with like-minded copywriters, storytellers, and designers. Report to the Copywriting Manager and serve alongside a team of 4. We need your strong creative and story-driven voice to help carry out the mission, vision, and strategies of the organization. You’ll be joining the organization that flipped the script on child sponsorship with the introduction of Chosen®, recognized by AdWeek, MediaPost, Upworthy, Christianity Today, and winner of two 2020 ANA REGGIE Awards. And fundamental to your life: you’re inspired by your faith in Jesus to love God and love your neighbors. Does this sound like you? Want to be a part of creating the future of this incredible organization? We’d love to hear from you. View the full position description and apply here.


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

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