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Job Listings for the Week of January 13, 2020 (Issue 20-02)


Nonprofit Organization Positions

New! Make-A-Wish America — Digital Marketing Manager, Phoenix, Ariz., Posted 1.14.20
The Digital Marketing Manager will help translate our mission into a movement by turning brand awareness into action by engaging the organization’s social and digital audiences. This position will leverage data to analyze and shape digital content strategies, develop content across multiple channels, and partner with the digital revenue and corporate alliances teams to help optimize marketing channels. This is a transformational opportunity to leverage and grow the Make-A-Wish brand as well as our digital revenue and corporate partnership campaigns. Learn more here.

New! Make-A-Wish America — Senior Manager of Storytelling Strategy, Phoenix, Ariz., Posted 1.14.20
As the senior manager of storytelling strategy, you will strengthen our mission by leveraging industry-leading storytelling best practices to translate brand awareness into action. This is a transformational opportunity to build Make-A-Wish storytelling strategies, practices and procedures to support enterprise-wide brand-building and revenue-generating efforts. Learn more here.

New! Make-A-Wish America — Director of Brand and Marketing Campaigns, Phoenix, Ariz., Posted 1.14.20
The Director of Campaigns is a key contributor to the mission by developing, implementing and managing marketing campaigns intended to grow reach and revenue for the Make-A-Wish brand and its corporate partners. Learn more here.

New! Oxfam America — Digital Marketing and Engagement Manager, Boston, Mass., Posted 1.14.20
Oxfam is a global organization working to end the injustice of poverty. We help people build better futures for themselves, hold the powerful accountable, and save lives in disasters. Oxfam America is seeking a Digital Marketing and Engagement Manager who will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to acquire and cultivate digital audiences to convert and retain donors. In addition, they will build supporter journeys, oversee the digital advertising budget and manages operations for email fundraising appeals as well as align digital fundraising goals and initiatives with overall supporter engagement strategy and organizational priorities. They will provide line-management and oversight of two Digital Specialists. View the complete position description here.

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews — Senior Director of Marketing, Chicago, Ill., Posted 1.7.20
These marketing strategies will span all programs, initiatives and channels to enhance and grow external support of The Fellowship’s programs and initiatives. You will also manage the marketing team, guiding them toward developing and delivering consistent messaging and materials that will support revenue generating efforts and non-revenue needs that will move The Fellowship’s mission forward. Responsibility includes: Brand Marketing, Market Research, Communications and Public Relations. The ideal candidate will have at least 10 years of experience leading marketing and communications programs; success in developing, implementing, and overseeing large-scale marketing efforts, as well as large teams in a nonprofit setting. Experience writing/editing communications pieces that appeal to diverse sets of audiences; crisis management experience; success with enterprise-wide and program-level branding, communications, and marketing campaigns. Visit our website for full description. Email resumes to hr@ifcj.org. Include “Sr. Director of Marketing” in subject line.

People For the American Way — Director of Membership and Midlevel Giving, Washington, D.C., Posted 1.7.20
The Director of Membership & Midlevel Giving leads People For the American Way’s vibrant and growing direct marketing membership program to recruit, renew, and upgrade annual donors through multi-channel fundraising efforts. They will also work closely with the membership and major gifts teams to develop and implement a dedicated strategy for cultivating and stewarding our mid-level donor tier ($500-$5,000). The Director of Membership & Midlevel Giving reports to the Chief Development Officer and works closely with both major gifts and planned giving staff. View the complete job description here. To apply: Please email an updated resume and a cover letter to hr@pfaw.org. No phone calls please.

People For the American Way — Director of Major Gifts, Washington, D.C., Posted 1.7.20
Over nearly 40 years, People For the American Way and PFAW Foundation have built a deep base of financial support from a broad range of donors, from small mail and online contributions from members, to major gifts from individuals and support from foundations. The Director of Major Gifts is a key member of the development team will be responsible for managing the major donor fundraising program for both the 501(c)3 and 501(c)4 organizations. The ideal candidate will have experience designing and executing development strategies for advocacy organizations and/or political campaigns and a commitment to the mission and values of People For the American Way. This Washington, D.C. based position reports to the Chief Development Officer and requires frequent travel throughout the U.S. View the complete job description here. To apply: Please email an updated resume and a cover letter to hr@pfaw.org. No phone calls please.

People For the American Way — Donor Stewardship and Events Coordinator, Washington, D.C., Posted 1.7.20
The Donor Stewardship and Events Coordinator works to create a seamless donor experience across all People For the American Way fundraising programs. The Coordinator reports to the Chief Development Officer and will draft donor correspondence including case statements, fundraising appeals, acknowledgement letters; oversee donor experience activities such as inbound customer service; work with gift officers to plan local events in conjunction with their donor travel; and work with the major gifts team and the president’s office to coordinate other cultivation and fundraising events throughout the year. View the complete job description here. To apply: Please email an updated resume and a cover letter to hr@pfaw.org. No phone calls please.

USA for UNHCR — Director, Digital Marketing (Digital Marketing), Washington, D.C., Posted 12.10.19
USA for UNHCR is seeking a Director of our Digital Marketing team who will be responsible for developing and overseeing the execution of USA for UNHCR’s Digital Transformation Strategy, including creating a long-term vision and plan for how digital shapes and optimizes the organization’s digital marketing effectiveness, enhances user experience, and drives fundraising and engagement. This role may travel to some locations within the company’s region of operations and select donor locations. For a complete position description or to apply, please click here.

Agency and Supplier Positions

Integral, LLC — Account Executive, Washington, D.C., Posted 12.10.19
Integral is a leading analytical and strategic consulting firm serving the nonprofit community. We are a dynamic, innovative, entrepreneurial, client-focused consulting team and we are seeking candidates with the same qualities in addition to a good sense of humor to work in our D.C. office. As an Account Executive you will be managing external relationships and the internal resources necessary to meet analytical, strategic and reporting needs for our clients. We are looking for candidates with a couple years of professional experience – ideally in the nonprofit fundraising world. You should know your way around Excel and be able to manage multiple projects at a time. Learn more about the job and the company. Interested applicants may send a cover letter and resume to jobs@integral-dc.com.


How to post:

  • 150 words maximum in single paragraph format with contact information
  • No formatting (bold, italics, bullets, or logos, etc.)
  • 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.
  • Email ads 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

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

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