Current Job Postings

Browse job openings for nonprofit organizations.

The Center for Nonprofit Leadership is pleased to offer nonprofit organizations the opportunity to post position openings.

Executive Director
Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons

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          • The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF) was established as a ‘no-kill’ shelter in 1974 by people who were concerned about the health and welfare of stray and abandoned animals on the East End of Long Island. Guided by their core values of compassion, integrity and dedication, ARF went from a small-town shelter to a regional force and continues to rescue animals and place them with loving individuals and families, while providing a multiplicity of services, including health care and behavior training for both the pets and their owners.

Council Director
Girls on the Run

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        • The Girls on the Run Council Director is responsible for the overall implementation of the Girls on the Run mission and program. The Council Director reports to the Girls on the Run local Board of Directors. The Council Director’s job responsibilities include developing and implementing the overall strategy and vision for the Girls on the Run program and all organizational and operational aspects of Girls on the Run including its administration, financial operations, revenue generation, program development and activities, personnel management and strategic planning.

Executive Director
Center for New Community (Chicago)

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        • CNC seeks a bold and energetic leader with deep experience in the field of racial and social justice in the United States to guide the next stage of the organization’s development and work. The successful candidate’s work history will include experience in several of the following areas: immigrant and civil rights; media training and field organizing; countering US‐based racist and xenophobic movements, or movements that further religious intolerance; oppositional research, and state‐based policy advocacy. The Executive Director will be responsible for raising funds in support of a $1 million annual operating budget, and managing a permanent staff of seven, plus additional part‐time or temporary staff. This is a full‐time position and will involve regular travel. The compensation package includes health care and 401K plans. The organization prefers candidates who can work from its Chicago office, but will consider a different arrangement for the right candidate.

Director of Development
The Perfect Earth Project

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        • The Perfect Earth Project (PEP) is a young, rapidly expanding United States tax-exempt organization (501c3) promoting toxin-free land management around the world. PEP operates from offices in East Hampton, New York; and two locations in Panama: Panama City and Pedasí on the Azuero Peninsula (about 100km west of Panama City.)

          The mission of the Perfect Earth Project is to preserve Earth’s ecosystems, protect biodiversity, and promote healthy communities by helping people make informed decisions, take sustainable actions, and share knowledge.

Development Manager
Asian American Federation

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      • Established in 1989, the Asian American Federation (AAF) is a pan-Asian non-profit organization representing a network of community service agencies in the Northeast. These agencies work in the fields of health & human services, education, economic development, civic participation, and social justice. AAF’s mission is to raise the influence and well-being of the pan-Asian American community through research, policy advocacy, public awareness, and organizational development.

        Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Manager will be responsible for a multi-faceted fund development operation, which includes foundation and corporate support, government grants, individual donors, fundraising events, and program-specific fundraising campaigns. 


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