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Job Listings for the Week of September 14, 2020 (Issue 20-37)

Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry — Managing Director, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), Washington, D.C., Posted 9.15.20
Reporting to the Chief People Officer, and with a seat on the Executive team, the organization’s first dedicated Managing Director of DEI will have the exciting opportunity to join an organization that is eager to become more diverse, equitable, and inclusive, and looking to this Managing Director to provide expertise, guidance, and compassionate leadership. The Managing Director of DEI will provide organization-wide leadership to cultivate and champion a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace culture, centered on our core values. The Managing Director will partner closely with staff across the organization, soliciting and utilizing input from others to build a reasonable, realistic, meaningful, and sustainable approach to DEI. This Managing Director will be responsible for leading the design and implementation of Share Our Strength’s diversity framework, and subsequent goals, metrics, and assessments that support a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace. View the full position description and apply here.

New! Paralyzed Veterans of America — Deputy Director, Communications, Washington, D.C., Posted 9.15.20
The Deputy Director of Communications is a strategic and important position within the Communications Team and Organization, reporting to and working in close collaboration with the Director of Communications. The Deputy Director must be a seasoned marketing and communications strategist with a solid understanding of brand development and brand management. They will work with the Director of Communications and Leadership in the development and execution of brand defining communication strategies and plans. An expert in project management, the Deputy Director will execute these plans with support from the entire organization to enhance and protect PVA’s brand reputation. As a ‘brand guardian’, the Deputy Director will work to maintain brand integrity across all programs, materials, stakeholders, and channels. Important in building brand awareness, the Deputy Director will identify media opportunities that secure positive media coverage educating stakeholders on the relevance and uniqueness of PVA’s programs. This person, working with the PR agency, knows that not all news is newsworthy but can strategize and be persistent when PVA news should be the night’s headline. Nonprofit experience is not required. View the full position description and apply here.

New! Oxfam America — Digital Marketing Specialist, Boston, Mass. or Washington, D.C., Posted 9.15.20
Reporting to the Digital Marketing and Engagement Manager, implement digital marketing activities that support Oxfam America’s efforts to change the common understanding in the US of global poverty and its causes, through fundraising and awareness-raising campaigns. View the full position description and apply here.

New! Oxfam America — Advocacy Writer-Editor, Boston, Mass. or Washington, D.C., Posted 9.15.20
Work with Oxfam America policy, program, and campaign staff to conceptualize, create, and promote digital content for specific target audiences, including Oxfam supporters, US government (members of Congress and their staff), corporations, and the media. View the full position description and apply here.

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.

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.

Agency and Supplier Positions

New! ForwardPMX — Director, Nonprofit Direct Mail Client Services, Location Open, Posted 9.15.20
ForwardPMX is looking for a motivated Director, Nonprofit Direct Mail Client Services. We need someone who has a passion for nonprofits first, with a firm understanding of direct response channels, specifically, but no limited to, direct mail. Additional channels of interest include; email, web, social media, search, display and mobile marketing. Reporting to the Group VP, the successful candidate will be responsible for leading the Nonprofit Account Group and working with cross functional teams to develop acquisition and retention strategies for communications, fundraising, advocacy and membership programs that integrate with their overall marketing strategy. The position requires strong leadership and client management skills, along with the ability to operate in a fast-paced environment. View the full position description and apply here.

New! ForwardPMX — Director, Integrated Nonprofit, Location Open, Posted 9.15.20
ForwardPMX is looking for a Director, Integrated Nonprofit. This role is responsible for managing the overall client relationships and drive the strategic framework for our clients’ integrated marketing campaigns. From ideation to execution, this collaborative role interacts heavily with internal team members and key client contacts to solve for challenges and achieve business goals through data/insights, research, creative, technology and media. Candidates must have direct mail and digital nonprofit experience and a track record of successful account management. View the full position description and apply here.

Allegiance Fundraising Group — Account Director, Agency Services, Flexible Location, Posted 9.8.20
A growing direct response fundraising agency seeks a multi-channel, customer-service oriented strategist to manage an existing portfolio of nonprofit clients. 10+years related experience required, on either the client or agency side, although some agency experience is preferred. Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills a must. Should be a self-starter with an attention to detail. Location is flexible but office based in Plymouth, Mass. Work from home an option. Competitive benefits and salary. Apply here.


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  • Each ad will begin with the organization or company name followed by position title, location and the date originally posted
  • Ads will appear in four (4) consecutive issues of ANA Nonprofit Careers, unless we are directed to pull the ad prior to its expiration
  • Ads 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 ad must be resubmitted, and the applicable fee paid
  • No generic ads accepted
  • Due to the large number of ads we receive, the Nonprofit Federation will not edit submissions; ads 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

An invoice will be sent electronically upon receipt of your posting, if applicable.

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