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Job Listings for the Week of November 22, 2021 (Issue 21-47)

Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! 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.

New! 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.

World Vision USA — Designer II, Federal Way, Wash. (near Seattle), currently Remote, Posted 11.16.21
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, stewardship of resources, 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 a Designer II 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 design pieces that moves people’s hearts and minds to action. Designing here means creating for digital, print, and social that connect our supporters to the frontlines of work in nearly 100 countries around the world. Bring your genuine love for design and collaborating with like-minded designers, copywriters, editors, storytellers, and producers. Report to the Design Manager and serve alongside a team of 6. We need your strong creative eye and passion to serve others 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. Learn more and apply here.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) — Manager, Corporate Engagement, Washington, D.C., Posted 11.16.21
The Corporate Engagement Manager primarily develops, directs and implements corporate partnerships to further the mission of WWF. This role raises funds and oversees the stewardship of existing corporate partners and solicitation and cultivation of new partnerships. The position contributes to the advancement of WWF’s conservation mission through sustainable business engagement, mission-focused cause marketing, and strategic corporate philanthropy, with a special emphasis on cross-cutting new business development. Learn more and apply here.

Habitat for Humanity International — Director, Cause Marketing and Workplace Giving, Atlanta, Ga., Posted 11.16.21
Habitat for Humanity International is seeking to hire an experienced and professional Director, Cause Marketing and Workplace Giving. Reporting to the Vice President, Corporate and Cause Marketing Partnerships, the Director is responsible for developing national and global cause marketing partnerships in support of HFHI’s mission. The Director will work closely with development leadership and key HFHI program stakeholders to maximize fundraising opportunities for unrestricted funds. Manage a team whose portfolio includes multi-national corporations, promotional and PR agencies, media companies and sports/entertainment properties. Lead revenue development of $4+m million annually and significantly grow revenue over time. Learn more and apply here.

Alzheimer’s Association® — Sr. Specialist, Direct Marketing, Chicago, Ill., Posted 11.16.21
Position will be responsible for project management, calendaring, and coordination to support the direct marketing (DM) digital campaigns and direct mail efforts. Position will work closely within Direct Marketing department, with internal and chapter email partners and with vendor partners to support and execute campaigns and help reach strategic fundraising goals as well as manage external teams to reach deadlines that impact revenue goals. Learn more and apply here.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) — Associate Director, Information Management, Digital Fundraising and Supporter Engagement, New York, N.Y. or Washington, D.C., presently Remote, Posted 11.16.21
Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) and Planned Parenthood Action Fund seek an Associate Director of Information Management. 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. Learn more and apply here.

Feeding America — Manager, Marketing Technology, Chicago, Ill., Posted 11.9.21
The newly created Marketing Technology Manager role is critical to Feeding America’s successful utilization of our technology stack to achieve our ambitious marketing, advocacy, and fundraising goals. Partnering closely with the Director of Marketing Technology, the MarTech Manager serves as both an in-house product manager and the operations lead for our MarTech team. This person’s ultimate goal is to help the team plan, deliver and support an integrated marketing stack that enables Feeding America to achieve data driven, personalized, automated supporter and donor engagement. The ideal candidate is energized by emergent marketing practices and is as comfortable talking about long-term tech strategy with business stakeholders as they are getting their hands into the tools to become a platform expert. They have a penchant for strong processes and enjoy keeping track of the whole amidst a fast-paced day-to-day workflow. They bring the demeanor of a senior consultant and the service orientation of a good collaborator. And they’re a self-starter, excited to learn new technologies, interested in how complex systems operate, and eager to find new ways to help the team in our shared mission to end hunger in America. Learn more and apply here.

Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry — Senior Manager, Mid-Level, Remote, Posted 11.9.21
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 Senior Manager manages a team of two and works with the Director to develop and execute donor-centric strategies that prioritize personal expressions of gratitude for donor support of the No Kid Hungry campaign, while filling solicitation gaps for donors not reached through direct response channels. Do you have experience managing and growing teams? Love stewarding donors and helping them solve big problems? For a full description and to apply, please visit the website. This role may be based in our Washington, D.C. headquarters, or remotely.

Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry — Associate, Digital Fundraising, Remote, Posted 11.9.21
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. Under the supervision of the Manager, Digital Fundraising, the Associate will help to execute high-value digital fundraising campaigns on the website, digital ads and email with the goal of acquiring, cultivating, and retaining mission-based supporters. For a full description and to apply, please visit the website. This role may be based in our Washington, D.C. headquarters, or remotely.

Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry — Associate, Sustainer Program, Remote, Posted 11.9.21
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 Associate, Sustainer Program will play an essential role in connecting supporters to our mission and optimizing our sustainer program. With a working knowledge of direct response best practices, the Associate will help execute high-value mobile, telemarketing, canvassing, and DRTV campaigns in order to acquire, steward, retain, and upgrade sustainers. For a full description and to apply, please visit the website. This role may be based in our Washington, D.C. headquarters, or remotely.

ASPCA — Senior Director, Data Operations, Remote, Posted 11.2.21
The ASPCA is seeking a Senior Director of Data Operations to lead the strategy of the CRM roadmap, create solutions that meet the organization’s long-term objectives, and address the day-to-day needs of the Development departments. This position involves a mix of strategic planning, data analysis/reporting, quality control, internal and external stakeholder customer service. The Senior Director oversees a team of 7 that are responsible for ongoing data management, business process improvements, data hygiene and ensuring that data is able to be leveraged internally and externally to draw actionable insights. Apply here.

World Vision USA — Copywriting Manager, Seattle, Wash., Posted 11.2.21
You’re a change agent and want to play a part in a creative process that results in award-winning work that moves people’s hearts and minds. As the Copywriting Manager leading a team of 3 talented writers, bring your proven leadership at crafting inspiring messaging and narratives that compel audiences to action. You have a genuine love for coaching and team development, and a passion for collaborating with others. See yourself effectively leading our copywriting team, guiding them in developing strong copywriting and creative concepts, while also bringing your own unique contribution to our in-house agency. You’ll collaborate with cross-functional teams to craft marketing messages for our digital, video, and print channels. With your strong creative voice, you’ll be a catalyst for inspiring others and helping drive the organization towards solving creative and business challenges. View the full position description and how to apply here.

World Vision USA — Senior Digital Product Manager, Seattle, Wash. (Remote Option), Posted 11.2.21
Digital Product Management at World Vision means delivering a donor experience that effectively acquires new donors and drives existing donor satisfaction, referrals, and transformation. In this role you’ll have the opportunity for broad reaching impact on the end-to-end donor journey. You’ll bring a digital vision to life focused on experiences that minister to our donors, offer new ways to give, and new ways to participate in a global community. You’ll dig deep into donor behavioral data to translate the vision into an experience where supporting World Vision is not just simple and seamless, it’s rewarding and transformational. You’ll drive the product development process from end-to-end, working with a team of UX/UI Designers, Content Creators, a UX/Digital Analyst, Web Producers and Developers. You’ll have a major role in working with interdepartmental stakeholders, helping refine their vision and optimize results. You’ll prioritize features and functions in an agile environment balancing organizational goals and donor needs. View the full position description and how to apply here.

World Vision USA — Senior Technical Program Manager, Seattle, Wash. (Remote Option), Posted 11.2.21
As Senior Technical Program Manager 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. Start the pursuit of a role that would see you leading major organizational technology initiatives, catalyzing tech and marketing teams, and ultimately changing the world in a life-changing way. Bring your proven track record of technical program management experience and help us create, develop, and drive complex technical initiatives that span multiple teams and levels of leadership. Use your adept ability to discern and translate requirements from marketers, fundraisers, and the like to technologists through vision casting and outlining actionable developer work that consistently delivers solutions and desired results. Most importantly, the leadership of your team and outwardly across the organization is steeped in “multipier” characteristics, that is, you use your intelligence to amplify the smarts and capabilities of the people around you. View the full position description and how to apply here.


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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
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  • 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.
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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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