Our first job is a contribution from Persephone friend Mimi, who would totally take it if she weren’t off having awesome adventures in Jordan. (Jealous? Me, too.):
The full-time intern will be trained by experienced staff to become proficient in and to perform important tasks related to the campaign’s finance operation. This is a full-fledged on-the-job training position that can lead to promotional opportunities with increasing responsibilities following successful completion of the 4-month internship and performance review.
The mission of the Farmer-Veteran Coalition is to mobilize veterans to feed America. We cultivate a new generation of farmers and food leaders, and develop viable employment and meaningful careers through the collaboration of the farming and military communities.
The person hired will serve as level 2 support for computer(s), database(s), and general information technology operations. The work involves daily help desk ticket as well as administrative tasks related to computer operations, phone system, databases, and other peripherals. The job requires familiarity with the concepts, techniques, and practices of information technology as it applies to the operation of multiple computers in a network (LAN/WAN) environment.
MFY is seeking fellowship proposals that complement or enhance MFY’s existing work in the areas of landlord-tenant law, foreclosure, consumer law, disability rights, workers rights, the rights of the elderly, public benefits and family law. Fellowship proposals may also address legal and/or policy responses to emerging areas of legal need in our existing practice areas or in related areas. In particular, we are seeking proposals addressing issues around three-quarter houses, foreclosure or health law matters.
Responsible for the organization, flow, and sales of the donations into the Bargain Boutique. This includes but is not limited to sorting, organization of the backroom, sales floor, warehouse duties, and purchasing supplies.
Serving approximately 2,500 students, the Choir offers choral programs in over 50 Chicago public elementary and middle schools. In many cases, the Choir’s program is the only arts education offered to students within the school. Most schools hire the Choir to provide instruction for one or two choirs, one or two times per week. The Choir’s Program Director works with the conductor to set the schedule.
Under the supervision of the AMC North Country Youth Programming Director, this multi-faceted position will manage and develop AMC’s Teen Wilderness Adventures program, coordinate education outreach efforts in communities local to Pinkham Notch and the Highland Center through the Community Partnerships for Youth program, and assist A Mountain Classroom Program Coordinators with program administration and logistics.
The Digital and Social Media Associate will work hand-in-hand with the Associate Web Developer, Director of Communications, and Web Editor/Director of New Media as part of a broad team of digital, marketing, communications, and editorial senior staff members.
The part-time Gardener’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in the maintenance of three enclosed gardens as well as an orchard and wildflower meadow, performing tasks on the outside grounds not undertaken by the contractual crew, assisting with seasonal plant displays and with the maintenance of the offsite propagation facility, and helping to provide visitors with information on the gardens. The gardener works directly with two full time Horticulturists.
Northwest Regional Primary Care Association is a member organization that strengthens community and migrant health centers in the Northwest by leveraging regional power and resources on their behalf.
The Development Specialist provides support for development activities as the National Writing Project expands its fundraising efforts. This new position involves donor and gift data management and tracking in The Raiser’s Edge, funder and prospect research, logistics planning and event coordination, and internal and external communications.
Join the Witness for Peace (WFP) International Team for a two year term of service. Based in Oaxaca, Mexico, team members design and plan participatory, experiential educational programs that help visiting groups of U.S. citizens understand the impact of global economics and corporate practices and U.S. foreign, economic and military policies in Mexico.
Tahirih is currently seeking to hire an Immigration Staff Attorney for our Houston office. The position has overall responsibility for providing direct representation to clients, training and mentoring pro bono attorneys and educating the community. The ideal candidate will have three to five years’ legal experience in the area of immigration law and will have worked with female victims of violence from multi-cultural backgrounds.
The French Institute Alliance FranÃ§aise of New York is looking for a full time Early Childhood Teacher Certified by the Board of Education of New York for September 2012.
Eastern Shore Land Conservancy (ESLC) seeks an experienced professional to continue ongoing efforts to improve public access to the Chesapeake Bay, nature, and open space on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The Community Projects Manager will have operational responsibilities for achieving ESLC’s community projects goals while also supporting ESLC’s other goals including land use planning, land conservation, and community engagement.
Typhoid Fever Surveillance in sub-Saharan Africa Program (TSAP) aims at obtaining standardized data on enteric fever disease burden at sites in tem countries inAfrica. The Research Scientist will be under the supervision of the TSAP Coordinator and be responsible for the organization of the field implementation, field monitoring and evaluation, data analyses, result reporting and publication of the findings from epidemiologic studies of the program.
Not-for-profit economics association publishes research journals and organizes international conferences. Seeks motivated person with excellent English; experience in word processing and web management for entry level position. Fundraising and member recruitment experience is a plus.
The Director of Development is a pivotal leadership role at New Leaders Chicago, responsible for articulating our fundraising strategy and vision, providing leadership to inspire an expansion of philanthropic support, and managing key donor relationships. The Director of Development must be a sophisticated relationship-builder, communicator, and project manager. She/he will direct all individual, corporate, government, foundation, and special events fundraising for New Leaders for New Schools, Chicago.
Sustainable Economic Enterprises of Los Angeles (SEE-LA), operator of the popular Sunday open-air Hollywood Farmers’ Market (HFM), is seeking a dynamic individual to assist in the operation of the Canoga Park Farmers’ Market (CPFM), on Saturdays from 9:00am to 1:00pm, located on Owensmouth Ave. between Sherman Way and Wyandotte in Canoga Park.
The Treatment Research Institute (TRI), a nationally recognized not-for-profit research and development organization, seeks a Research Coordinator for its Law & Ethics Research Section. The Research Coordinator is primarily responsible for overall administration of regulatory standards and reporting, assisting with the oversight of day-to-day data collection for various studies and supporting the Section Coordinator and scientific staff. The Research Coordinator reports to the Section Coordinator and works closely with the Scientist and other research staff.
Lake Stevens Family Center is recruiting for the position of Activity Coordinator. This is a part time position of about 20 hours per week. The person in this position works a part of a team of staff and volunteers and in accordance with family support principles in planning and coordinating donations, tracking of supplies, facility use and services for center activities and events.
This position is a unique opportunity to work with a leading-edge, growing, environmental, multi-arts, educational nonprofit, Life Frames, Inc., dedicated to integrating community resources and creating a local and global network of transformative ecological and multicultural learning landscapes linked electronically. Called A Living Library & Think Park, this program works with local schools and diverse community resources, to build on-site educational organic gardens and content-rich landscapes integrated with the arts and digital technologies. A Living Library is linked to the curricula of the schools and animates all subjects through real-world experience. Students, together with adults, are involved in all aspects of research, planning, design, implementation, use, maintenance, management and communications of the transformed learning landscapes and integrated community programs.
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