Nonprofit Charitable Organizations Jobs

Executive Director

The Boulder Chorale is seeking an experienced, dynamic leader for the newly expanded position of Executive Director. This individual will support the mission of the Chorale by engaging in development and relationship building, overseeing operations, and serving as a link to the broader community as the face of the organization. The Executive Director will understand and promote strategic planning and growth, fundraising, marketing, and the importance of music in our community.

Front Desk and Administrative Coordinator

The purpose of this position is to provide a warm welcome and positive presence to anyone in the front lobby area throughout the day, and to support parents, teachers, students, and administrators with communication and logistical related issues.

Marketing Manager

OMNI Institute seeks a Marketing Manager with a passion for working with researchers tackling society’s most pressing challenges. The Marketing Manager will be responsible for managing OMNI’s marketing and brands assets, conference and speaking engagements, social media and web presence, and other areas of the marketing strategy. This position will report to the COO and work closely with the Executive Management Team (EMT) on a wide range of marketing projects to support the organization’s business development and growth.

Program Associate

Join the Bright by Text team to be a part of a nationwide movement that is placing evidence-based child development and parenting resources and tips into the hands of caregivers. This job is for you if you enjoy working with state and local partners who are driven to improve outcomes for families and children. Our team is small but mighty and you will play an important role in building and supporting relationships with our partners and leveraging our technology platforms, both CRM and text messaging system, to provide timely information driving decision making and community engagement.

Development Manager

The Development Manager supports City Year Denver’s efforts to reach its yearly private revenue goal through the implementation of external City Year Denver events and management of the Development Department’s fundraising database and internal processes.

The position will report to the Managing Director, Development (MDD). The ideal candidate for the position is detail-oriented and highly organized individual interested in a career in development and nonprofit management. The position will work in partnership with the Development staff to lead and/or assist in many areas of development such as event management, donor fulfillment, and database management for accurate and timely donor reporting.

Program Manager

Working under the direction of the Program Director and with Chinook Fund’s staff, the Program Manager will implement Giving Projects. This includes outreach, networking, and relationship-building to bring new people into Giving Projects; skilled facilitation on topics as varied as race and class analysis, grassroots fundraising, and democratic grantmaking; and one-on-one coaching of Giving Project members in their individual fundraising plans. This dynamic position is a great fit for someone who enjoys doing a variety of different tasks and learning new skills. The ideal candidate has experience with project management, facilitation, grassroots fundraising, community organizing, an excellent social justice analysis, and the ability to motivate and engage volunteers from a variety of backgrounds.

VP, External Affairs

The VP, external affairs is a key leadership position reporting directly to the president and CEO and will lead initiatives that build and execute brand, strengthen marketing and communications, foster strategic partnerships, and expand relationships with policy makers, industry leaders, and other influencers and stakeholders. The position is critical to the fulfillment of NEFE’s mission as we execute our strategic plan focused on redefining financial education.

Fundraising Manager

The Fundraising Manager will be responsible for executing a comprehensive fundraising strategy for FRCA, developed and supported by executive leadership, staff, the Board of Directors, and the Development and Marketing Committee of the Board.

Junior Web Developer

Working with the IT and Communication Directors to ensure execution of strategic web design plans across Local 105 web presence and maintain an internal and external web sites.

Membership and Communications Coordinator

Job Description:
About CPRA: Colorado Parks & Recreation Association is a member-based organization representing the parks & recreation professionals and industry in Colorado. CPRA has approximately 1,300 members from more than 150 municipal and special district agencies throughout Colorado. We are a small staff office with two full-time and two part-time employees. We offer a fun work environment in a popular Colorado field that celebrates what we all love about Parks & Recreation.

Description of Job

This position manages organizational, administrative, scheduling, communication, and bookkeeping functions to ensure the smooth operation and continuity of the office, promote CPRA in selected venues, and enable the Executive Director (ED) to focus on executive level responsibilities. Under direction from the ED, this person is a self-starter who works independently, takes initiative to anticipate and resolve problems, provides excellent customer service and develops and maintains office management systems.

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