Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2021 AFP Greater New Orleans Virtual Fundraising Conference
If you know anyone in the job market, feel free to share with them
Director of Resource Development
Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana The Director of Resource Development is responsible for the Agency’s fundraising efforts that target individuals at the major gift level. This position provides leadership, strategic direction, oversight, coordination and priority setting for the Resource Development Team to further the engagement and retention of current and prospective fund holders and to foster long-term relationships with Volunteers of America.
Full job description can be found on the website.
Community Outreach Coordinator
Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana The Community Outreach Coordinator’s responsibilities are to build strategic relationships, conduct a variety of outreach activities, as well as recruit and retain volunteers for all Volunteers of America Programs. This position manages all elements of volunteering either within or on behalf of Volunteers of America Southeast Louisiana. The Coordinator will manage volunteers and their relationship with those they come into contact with, including employees and Volunteers of America consumers. They will also monitor, evaluate and accredit volunteers in partnership with their service location supervisor. We see this position as an entry point to the Volunteers of America fundraising organization.
A full job description can be found on the website.
Curriculum Development Specialist (Associate Director of Curriculum Design)
Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University Through innovation and expertise, the Associate Director, Curriculum Design ensures that The Fund Raising School (TFRS) remains on the leading edge of research-based content and curriculum in public courses, custom training, webinars, and podcasts. This position is responsible for identifying and creating new courses and certificates while also updating current courses at the highest levels of quality and relevance. The ideal candidate will have capability to understand research studies and academic journal articles and have ability to translate research-based findings into practical, professional development curriculum for adult learners in an executive education environment.
Chief Advancement Officer
Louisiana Children’s Museum As the Chief Advancement Officer for the Louisiana Children’s Museum, this key leader manages the planning, strategy, organization and implementation of the Museum’s comprehensive development program, and has responsibility for achieving annual fundraising goals for all components of contributed revenue. In addition, the Officer will oversee the activities of the Corporate Giving Director, Special Events Manager, Data Manager and any development interns.
Fundraising Events Manager
Louisiana Children’s Museum The Fundraising Events Manager (FEM) for the Louisiana Children’s Museum manages the planning, organization, and execution of the Museum’s annual fundraising events. The FEM is responsible for achieving event fundraising goals in collaboration with development and marketing team members. Primary fundraising events include Children’s World’s Fair, CHAIRish the Children, and The Grand Event.
New Orleans Women & Children's Shelter The New Orleans Women & Children's Shelter is seeking a grants writer to help us achieve our mission to help families experiencing homelessness find stability. This team member will be a key part of how we keep families together and provide intensive case management and interconnected programs to meet their needs.
The Grant Writer oversees the process and production of all materials related to the grant application process. Duties include identifying and qualifying prospects, writing proposals and reports, collecting research and data, developing grant budgets, and gathering all relevant documents from a variety of departments to submission.
The Grant Writer Coordinates and writes grant proposals for government, corporate and foundation funds. He/she develops and maintains effective, long-term working relationships with grantors to facilitate approval of grants. The Grant Writer also completes timely reports for grants awarded.
The Grant Writer reports to the Executive Director with input from the Board Chair and Development Director and ensures alignment of all grant documents and reports with the New Orleans Women & Children’s Shelter’s overall mission and goals.
AFP Job Board
AFP New Orleans Reach over 900 Fundraising Professionals to announce your open positions!
Media and Communications Specialist
Tulane We are hiring a communications specialist. Email me for more info