G-CAPP is committed to reducing and ultimately eliminating
unplanned pregnancies among adolescents in Georgia. G-CAPP
seeks a forward thinking CEO who will give direction and dynamic
leadership to advance the organization’s mission, philosophy and
strategies. The CEO is responsible for the overall organization
management including strategic planning, fund raising, Board of
Directors relations, budget management, human resources, public
relations, events and program development planning. This position
supports operations and administration of board affairs; oversees
the fiscal activities of G-CAPP, including budgeting, financial
reporting and the annual audit. The CEO serves as chief organization
spokesperson to government agencies, community organizations
and the public. Please visit our Web site at http://www.gcapp.org/
job-opportunities to view the full job description.
The successful candidate will have a:
• Master’s degree in related in Social Science, Public Health, Non
Profit Management or other related fields preferred
• 7-10 years’ experience in a senior management position
• Demonstrated track record in managing people and financial
• Demonstrated Board development and fundraising experience
• Advanced communication skills, both written and oral
• Strong organizational, management, and supervisory skills
• Strong leadership and interpersonal skills
• Computer literate (Microsoft) in Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and
Please submit a cover letter and résumé by e-mail to: hr@gcapp.
org, by fax: 404-523-7753 or by mail to: G-CAPP Human Resources
Department; 1450 West Peachtree Street Suite 200; Atlanta, GA
30309. (No phone calls please).
G-CAPP is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and does not discriminate on the
basis of Sex, Race, Religion, Age, Handicap or National Origin.
• EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR •
serving Mobile, Washington & Clarke counties
United Way of Southwest Alabama
For 85 years, United Way of Southwest Alabama has been working on creating real, lasting change in the
gulf coast communities by focusing on the building blocks for a better life. We are currently seeking an
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR who is passionate about being the “face of the organization” in the community by
interacting with diverse stakeholders & donors, developing collaborations/partnerships within the community & assuring continuity & engagement of community leaders. Candidates must have a Bachelor degree
in a field appropriate for this position from an accredited institution; master’s degree pref.; Min. of 10 yrs
United Way professional staff experience with at least 5 yrs in senior management or chief professional
officer capacity; or equivalent experience in a similar nonprofit or for-profit position. Benefits include health
insurance, dental, 403b & much more.
DETAILED JOB DESCRIPTION IS AVAILABLE ON WWW.UWSWA.ORG.
For best consideration, qualified candidates should send a résumé & cover letter via E-MAIL BY MARCH 31,
2011 to: UW Executive Search Committee (must be in subject area) to firstname.lastname@example.org. or mail
marked confidential to the attn. of: Dr. Joseph F. Busta, Jr., USA Development Office, 650 Clinic Dr., TRP
III, Rm 2150, Mobile, Alabama 36688-0002. EOE
of Southwest Alabama
ment strategies. 5 years major gifts expe-
rience, including a proven track record in
closing major gifts required. Other require-
ments include; superb communication skills;
ability to work independently and as a team
member; ability to discuss organization-
al programs and priorities proficiently and
listens for opportunities for gifts of assets;
such as planned gifts and trade lands. MS
Office skills and comfort with fundraising
databases and working on agreed targets is
also required. The Nature Conservancy of-
fers a competitive compensation package
including benefits and a 401(K) plan, and is
an Equal Employment Employer. This posi-
tion includes extensive local travel, mainly
day trips throughout eastern Pennsylvania,
including the Pocono Mountains. During
autumn, enjoy the view of fall foliage span-
ning the ridges of Moosic Mountain and
overlooking Cherry Valley that provides a
breathtaking backdrop for the annual mi-
gration of raptors and many neo-tropical
migratory birds. In springtime, Long Pond
summons photographers from around the
world to witness Rhodora, a wild azalea that
received a poetic tribute from Ralph Waldo
Emerson. Spring also brings anglers from
around the state to fish for brook and brown
trout in the cold, clean waters of the Upper
Lehigh River. Year-round, scientists, stu-
dents and local residents escape to another
time among the native forest and peat-filled
swamps, fens and bogs comprising the Tan-
nersville Cranberry Bog and Thomas Dar-
ling Preserve at Two-Mile Run. The Minsi
Lake corridor hugs part of the Kittatinny
Ridge, and lies in close proximity to the Ap-
palachian Trail and Delaware River. Well-
known for its recreational opportunities,
this location also contains important eco-
logical features, including one of the largest
collections of vernal pools in Pennsylvania.
For additional information about TNC and
our work in Pennsylvania, please visit http://
www.nature.org/pennsylvania. How to ap-
ply: To apply to position number 12952, sub-
mit resume and cover letter as one document
by visiting https://careers.nature.org/psp/
HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL. Enter the
position number or job title in the Keyword
search field and select “Anytime” from the
Posted section. All applications must be
submitted in the system prior to 11:59 p.m.
Eastern Time on March 16, 2011. Failure to
complete all of the required fields may result
in your application being disqualified from
consideration. The information entered
in the education and work experience sec-
President and Chief
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society
( http://www.nationalmssociety.org) is
seeking a new President and Chief Executive
Officer who will be responsible for the
direction and management of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
in support of the mission and goals established by the National Board
Potential candidates should have a successful track record in operations,
fundraising, finance, and marketing in executive management roles
with an organization of comparable size and complexity, preferably
with geographically diverse locations. He or she should be a strategic
visionary leader with the ability to inspire enthusiasm, commitment,
and a sense of mission to the Society and its volunteers.
Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree and preferably an MBA or
related advanced degree. Not-for-profit experience considered a plus.
This position can be based in the Society’s New York or Denver office.
NMSS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Alexander Group has been selected by the National Board of
Directors to direct this search. Interested candidates should contact:
Jane S. Howze
Amanda K. Brady
Executive Director of Union County College Foundation
Union County College Foundation seeks a chief executive officer to provide direction and leadership
to its fundraising program. The Executive Director reports to the President of Union County College
and is responsible for planning, coordinating, implementing, and managing successful planned
giving and annual campaign efforts. The Foundation currently has a twelve million dollar fund
balance that it needs to grow significantly to support the College’s students who seek to cope with
challenging economic circumstances and to support the College’s mission as a comprehensive
community college. The successful candidate will have secured major gifts at a community college
or comparable institution and will have demonstrated progressive experience in managing and
administering a nonprofit corporation. The successful candidate will also have strong organization,
prioritization and interpersonal skills with demonstrated accomplishments in multiple fundraising
methods, including use of the internet, on-line giving, direct appeals, and other
best practices of fundraising and donor cultivation. Search re-opened. Previous
applicants will be considered and do not need to re-apply. If you are interested
in this position, email your resume with cover letter ( WORD format) to:
HRJobs@ucc.edu and reference job #129-10 in the subject line of the email.
UCC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
tions are auto screened by the system based
on the basic qualifications of the position.
You must click submit to apply for the position. Click save if you want to be able to
return to your application and submit it later. Once submitted, applications cannot be
revised or edited.
Major Gifts: Senior Associate Director,
Major Gifts. The Carter Center is guided
by a fundamental commitment to human
rights and the alleviation of human suffer-
ing; it seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts,
enhance freedom and democracy, and im-
prove health. The Carter Center seeks to fill
a Senior Associate Director, Major Gift’s
position. The Senior Associate Director
must have the ability to conceptualize and
articulate funding needs persuasively to po-
tential donors, have excellent oral/written
communication skills, team building skills,
and the ability to work in a cross-functional
environment with multi-national staff. Re-
porting to the Chief Development Officer
for Major Gifts (CDO), the Senior Associ-
ate Director, Major Gifts is charged with
the identification, cultivation, and solicita-
tion of potential donors to The Carter Cen-
ter. The Senior Associate Director serves as
a member of the Center’s major gifts team,
comprised of annual and major gift officers,
and contributes to the development of plans
and strategies to achieve gift income goals
in support of the Center’s health programs,
peace programs, and overall operations.
Candidates must have Bachelor’s degree
and a minimum of four years in fundraising
for a non-profit organization, to include di-
rect gift solicitation experience. Strong in-
terpersonal and relationship-building skills
are essential. Ability to communicate effec-
tively and persuasively in written and oral
forms. Familiarity with planned giving ve-
hicles. Experience with Raiser’s Edge da-
tabase management system a plus. Travel
required, up to about 60 percent of time.
To apply for this position, please send cov-
er letter and resume to: The Carter Center,
HR, One Copenhill Avenue, Atlanta, Geor-
gia 30307; FAX: (404) 420-3818; E-mail:
Major Gifts: Senior Major Gift Officer. Immediate openings with the Beaumont Foundation, the fundraising department for
Beaumont Hospitals in Royal Oak, MI. Duties of the candidate include: Identifying, soliciting and stewarding donor prospects to
successfully close six and seven-figure gifts.
Working with medical administrative leadership to identify needs to shape major gift
efforts. Develop solicitation plans for prospects, reporting on the plans as required.
Assisting in identification of planned giving prospects and closing planned gifts in
collaboration with Planned Giving staff.
Participates in development of campaign
strategies. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required. Minimum five years experience in major gift work. Proven record for
securing six-and-seven figure gifts. Experience with donor tracking software. (Raisers
Edge, a plus.) History of working successfully with volunteers and committees. Salary range: $86,000 - $98,000. Please apply at:
http:// www.beaumonthospitals.com/search-and-apply or contact ERGraham@beau-monthospitals.com.
Marketing/Corporate Partnerships: The
Director of Marketing and Corporate Partnerships is responsible for growing private sector revenue globally through direct response campaigns, including digital engagement/social media, fundraising
events, and global corporate partnerships.
This individual will be responsible for implementing a clear marketing plan - initially
U.S. focused, leading to a global plan and
for supervising a team to execute against
goals for digital, direct response, event,
and corporate fundraising. This individual will work closely with business partners
throughout the Foundation including Communications, New Business Development,
MSA, Africa Management, Country Directors, and Partnerships teams. Apply at
Parents as Teachers (PAT), a 501(c) 3 nonprofit and a renowned
resource for home visiting services, is seeking a seasoned
professional for the position of President/Chief Executive Officer.
Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, Parents as Teachers supports
a network of organizations and professionals serving hundreds
of thousands of families with young children across the country
and around the world. The organization is committed to the
development, promotion, and evaluation of programs and public
policies that help children grow up healthy, safe, and ready to
succeed. For more information about the 26-year-old Parents as
Teachers, please see www.parentsasteachers.org.
The successful candidate for the Parents as Teachers position
will possess seven to ten years of senior executive leadership
experience, at least half of that time within a nonprofit organization.
Experience with a national organization is essential. Candidates
should display a passion for — and a strong understanding of —
early childhood, home visiting, or other family support fields,
with strong research and personal connections in the discipline.
Candidates should also have expertise as effective advocates for
shaping policy at the federal and state levels and demonstrated
success securing funding from both public and private sources.
Advanced degree in early childhood, human development, or
related education or family services field required.
Parents as Teachers will be assisted by Naree Viner, Principal,
Education & Social Enterprise Practice, Heidrick & Struggles,
Inc. Cover letters and résumés should be directed to:
Parents as Teachers is an affirmative action/equal opportunity
employer dedicated to excellence through diversity.
Interim Vice President of Institutional Advancement
San Francisco Theological Seminary
(9-MONTH POSITION: APRIL-DEC, 2011; MAY BE EXTENDED)
The Interim Vice President of Institutional Advancement is responsible for
leading the Seminary towards the fulfillment of key strategic goals in the areas
of funds development; alumni and church relations; information technology
and communications; and conference services. Responsibilities: Implement
the Seminary’s comprehensive development plan and increase financial support
for the Seminary’s mission from individual and organizational donors. Primary
focus will be directed to major donor relationships and support for the Seminary’s
Annual Fund. Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent
vacation, medical, pension, and life insurance benefits. To Apply: Please send a
cover letter, résumé, and three references by e-mail to Peter Crouch, pcrouch@
sfts.edu. For full job description, please visit our Web site at www.sfts.edu. EOE.
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