The Center for Nonprofit Leadership is pleased to offer nonprofit organizations the opportunity to post position openings.
Brighter Tomorrows, Inc.
Brighter Tomorrows is one of most respected domestic violence services agencies on Long Island, with nearly 30 years experience providing emergency shelter for women and their children as well as offering hotline access, housing, and non-residential services. The non-residential services are provided through our network of counselors and advocates, who also provide professional services for BT’s residential clients.
Brighter Tomorrows, Inc. services include: Anonymous Toll-free Hotline, Safe Haven Shelter for women & children, Family Transitional Housing, Singles Transitional Housing, Recovery Housing (*opened 5/2015), Legal Advocacy, Counseling and Case Management.
Girls on the Run
Center for New Community (Chicago)
Development and Operations Director
Parent-Child Home Program
The Parent-Child Home Program, a proven early childhood literacy, parenting education, and school readiness program, based in Garden City Long Island, is seeking a Development and Operations Director (DOD). Reporting to the CEO and serving as an integral member of the senior management team (CEO, DOD, Training and Program Support Director, Communications and Events Director, and Research and Evaluation Director), the DOD will be responsible for directing and implementing PCHP’s overall strategic development work in ways that respect, leverage, and enhance the organization’s collaborative, team-building culture.
Director of Development
The Perfect Earth Project
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.
Director of Development
Dominican Sisters of Amityville
Asian American Federation
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.