Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Maryland Nonprofits & MARFY Annual Conference
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Executive Director - Maryland Latinos Unidos (Consultant)
Maryland Nonprofits/Maryand Latinos Unidos The Executive Director of Maryland Latinos Unidos (a project of Maryland Nonprofits) will be responsible for developing the strategy, goals, and tactics for Maryland Latinos Unidos to become a strong statewide advocacy network and support structure for organizations serving the Latino community and allies.
Maryland Latinos Unidos’ (MLU) goal is to address issues of special concern to Maryland’s Latino and immigrant community, including housing, food insecurity, educational access, healthcare, and economic opportunities. MLU seeks to identify and amplify the efforts that are operating to meet needs in localized areas and scale up to statewide efforts.
Qualifications: *5+ years experience in working within the Latino community on priorities that are relevant to Maryland Latinos Unidos *Experience in public policy advocacy *Fluent in written and spoken English and Spanish *Self-starter with enthusiasm for the mission of Maryland Latinos Unidos. *Excellent organizational and communication skills. *Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience
Clinical Supervisor, Family Life Educator (TFC)
The Children's Guild Supervisor for Clinicians in a Treatment Foster Care program. Position includes oversight of workload of clinicians for compliance, providing clinical supervision, assistance in the development, implementation and maintenance of program polices. Must have LCSW-C for state of Maryland
Calmra Inc. oversees all funding and invoices including Payroll for small non profit serving people with
Manager of the Annual Fund for BSA
Baltimore School for the Arts Foundation, Inc. Reporting to The Director of Development, The Manager of the Annual Fund for BSA is responsible for the planning, management, and growth of the BSA Foundation’s annual operating fund. This includes overseeing the year round coordination of donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
The Baltimore School for the Arts Foundation works closely with the greater Baltimore community to fund the artistic, academic and community initiatives of the BSA. We generate 60% of the annual institutional revenue needed to secure the programs that make our school one of the top arts schools nationwide. Candidates will join an enthusiastic, collaborative team of professionals committed to the mission and vision of the BSA. Our Director of Development, a BSA graduate, leads the Foundation team in promoting the work of our artist scholars and supporting the creative leadership who nurture their development. The BSA is a focused, collaborative, and supportive work environment. We are committed to diversity and equity in all aspects of our work. Our intention is recruit and support an inclusive staff who will enable BSA to continue to evolve to better serve a diverse city.
Notre Dame Mission Volunteers This Finance Assistant position primarily provides support to the NDA program, with occasional involvement with NDI. The Finance Assistant supports the Executive Director, Finance Manager, and other staff members in the daily operation, administration, and tasks related to the finances of the NDMV organization.
Family League of Baltimore The Contracts Administrator is primarily responsible for providing general administrative support to the Manager of Grants and Contracts as it relates to Family League’s funded partnerships with community organizations. The Contracts Administrator will assist in ensuring that all partner contracts are executed with efficiency and accuracy. The Contracts Administrator will assist in scheduling and conducting site visits, if necessary, and communicate frequently and proactively with funded partners regarding deliverables and key milestones. The Contracts Administrator will work collaboratively with Family League staff to provide support and to meet the needs of partner organizations. This position requires a person to fulfill job responsibilities in ways that positively support an equitable and inclusive environment for colleagues and funded partners.
Adoption Counselors, Animal Care Manager & Techs
The Humane Society of Harford County, Inc. We are seeking compassionate and hard working adults who love animals and people! For more information about our available positions or to apply online, please visit https://www.harfordshelter.org/contact/employment
Communications & Development Manager
Nonprofit Village Specialized communications support to increase awareness of programs and services, community building events, and engagement of stakeholders. More details and full description at our website link.
Behavioral Health Director
Shepherds Clinic Inc This position will collaborate with medical and wellness staff to implement and maintain an outpatient mental health counseling program in an integrative care setting. The Behavioral Health Director will actively recruit patients for the behavioral health program, and help create and maintain protocols according to the policies and practices of the Shepherd’s Clinic. The director will also provide field instruction and support to Behavioral Health interns and volunteers in serving the mental health needs of uninsured adults through group, individual and family counseling, workshops, and support groups.
Total Care Services, Inc. Total Care Services, Inc. is looking for a motivated, resourceful, and experienced individual to join our team as a Grant Writer. This person will be responsible for writing grant proposals and responses to Requests for Proposals (RFPs) on behalf of our non-profit organization as well as adhering to a grants calendar to monitor the application process and keep track of various deadlines. Candidates should feel comfortable researching and analyzing data and statistics relevant to the grant applications and RFPs in the areas of health care, human services, and social services. This role will be communicating with internal partners regarding their program needs and processes. Our ideal candidate is someone who is familiar with various services available in the District of Columbia and Maryland, is a local resident (DC, MD, NoVA), and is able to help our organization attain the funding needed to expand its reach and better serve our communities. Total Care Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Community Outreach Coordinator
Total Care Services, Inc. Total Care Services, Inc. is searching for a talented and professional Community Outreach Coordinator (COC) to oversee the planning and implementation of all community outreach strategies for our organization. The COC will fulfill a major public relations role, representing the public face of the company and reflecting the mission and values of the organization in your work. The COC will collaborate proactively with programs and staff within the organization to develop and implement initiatives that reflect current organizational goals and increase company visibility within the surrounding community. The COC needs to be self-motivated, enthusiastic and community-driven to take on this exciting role. This role requires someone equipped with a positive attitude and readiness to be a team player. The ideal candidate will be a local resident of the MD, DC, or NoVA area and will be familiar with various services and supports across the region in the areas of health care, human services, and social services. Candidates should have their own reliable transportation and be willing and able to travel across the region to build networks of community partnerships with individuals, businesses and other relevant organizations. Total Care Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Marketing and Development Associate
Talbot Interfaith Shelter Seeking a multi-tasker with excellent writing and communication skills and a positive attitude to help with a growing Marketing and Development Program. Part-time to start, with the possibility of more hours as the organization grows.