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Transportation Choices Coalition Please visit transportationchoices.org/jobs for more info.
Hospice, Palliative Care RN
Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County This paid position is a rewarding opportunity for a Registered Nurse to provide quality palliative and hospice care to patients and their caregivers in a liberating and heart-centered environment. Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County (VHOCC) is one of the only community-supported nonprofit hospice care organizations in the nation that provides clinical services to patients for free. Our unique model allows nurses to provide truly patient-centered care that is free from Medicare requirements.
AIA Seattle AIA Seattle is committed to identifying our next Executive Director to advance and help grow our impact in the region. This is a unique opportunity for an experienced leader and strong strategic thinker who has a passion for architecture and urban design.
CEO & President
Big Brothers Big Sisters - Puget Sound Reporting to and working closely with the Board of Directors, the CEO & President is responsible for providing input to and execution of BBBSPS’s five year strategic plan. The CEO & President is the chief spokesperson focusing on leadership, management, justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI), advocacy, communications, and relationship building. In addition, the CEO & President carries ultimate responsibility for day-to-day management and administration, finance and operations, external relations, programs, and revenue development within the policies established by the Board of Directors.
Cascade Bicycle Club/WA Bikes Reporting to a fourteen (14) member Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) holds overall responsibility for Cascade and WA Bikes operations and organizational performance. In collaboration with staff, more specific areas of accountability include fundraising and financial performance and viability; budgeting and financial management; external relations; strategic planning; organizational development; board relations and governance; human resources; and staff leadership, management, and development.
King Conservation District The Executive Director (ED) leads the visioning process with the Board of Supervisors and staff, ensures the strategic goals align with mission and values, and implements these goals with the Board, talented staff, and through engaged and mutually beneficial partnerships. This includes coordinating all aspects of KCD's work. In collaboration with staff, more specific areas of accountability include budgeting and financial management; external relations; strategic planning; organizational development; board relations and governance; partner cultivation and stewardship; human resources; and staff leadership, management, and development.
Seattle International Foundation The Executive Director (ED) leads SIF’s efforts to further its vision and meet its goals for building a more just and equitable Central America. The ED works closely with the Board of Directors and the Foundation’s talented staff (located in the US, Mexico, and Central America) to fulfill the Foundation’s mission and build upon four strategic priorities across its programs. The ED also works to build partnerships and engage donors to co-invest in critical change initiatives across the region
Interim Executive Director Consulting Associate
The Valtas Group Are you... * An Experienced Executive Director or nonprofit CEO * Interested in the consulting business model * Reside in Western Washington
San Juan Community Home Trust A place of stunning natural beauty in the Salish Sea west of Anacortes, San Juan Island struggles with a severe lack of affordable housing. The San Juan Community Home Trust is seeking a strong leader with a passion for such work to serve as their next Executive Director. The person selected for this role will enjoy the support of a highly engaged board of directors that is strongly committed to the Home Trust cause. The salary range is $85,000 - $95,000. For more information about this opportunity and how to apply, please see: https://thirdsectorcompany.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/SJCHT-ED-Position-Profile-5-3-21.pdf
Senior Manager, Individual & Corporate Giving
Washington Trails Association Oversee our individual giving and corporate partnership programs. This individual is responsible for the growth and stewardship of giving by individuals under $5,000. The position also oversees WTA’s corporate sponsorships and workplace giving strategies. $70,000-$80,000/year.
Outdoor Leadership Training Senior Coordinator
Washington Trails Association Help ensure their are trails for everyone, forever. Engage, build trust and support community leaders by fulfilling gear needs, facilitating workshops and assisting with trip planning. This external-facing role is responsible for cultivating and sustaining long-term equitable partnerships with diverse communities. $23-$26/hr
Senior Manager, Accounting
Washington Trails Association Help guide our organization by providing impact-focused analysis and financial management. This position is responsible for directing the workflow for the monthly and annual closing process, reconciliation preparation and review, and financial reporting duties in the organization. Full-time. $75,000-$90,000/year.
Butterflyly We're looking for a well-networked people person to join our sales team at Butterflyly (https://butterflyly.com). If you have nonprofit networking or sales experience and you're looking to join a company with a mission to help nonprofits raise the funding they need to change the world, we would love to hear from you.
Racial Justice Intern
Washington State Housing Finance Commission The Washington State Housing Finance Commission is seeking an immediate talented intern to research policy for our multifamily housing program. Position begins as soon as possible and candidates must commit to remain available until at least July 31, 2021. We expect this project to take 80 hours. This is a temporary position and all work is to be performed remotely. The intern project will be to research inequities in affordable housing development and finance in Washington State and report on findings by July 1, 2021.
Washington Nonprofits The Deputy Director is a senior leadership position, partnering with the Executive Director and other senior staff on strategy development and fund development while supporting a strong and growing team and furthering our transformation into an anti-racist, inclusive organization. Starting salary range: $82,000-$100,000, plus benefits including paid time off and health insurance. Please use the link for the full job description and to apply.
Administrative Associate - Special Projects
Washington Nonprofits The Administrative Associate provides administrative support to the Executive Director and staffs a changing array of special projects across the organization. The position requires a person with broad skills and the ability to adapt and perform a variety of responsibilities. Starting salary range: $46,000-$52,000, plus benefits including paid time off and health insurance. Please use the link for the full job description and to apply.
Capacity Building Lead
RVC Sell full description on site: https://rvcseattle.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/New-Hire-Capacity-Building-RVC-Job-Description.pdf
Operations Support Program Manager
RVC Best to see full job description on site: https://rvcseattle.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Operations-Support-Program-Manager-RVC-Job-Description-July-2021.pdf
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project Northwest Immigrant Rights Project seeks a dynamic and seasoned Development Director, looking to work at the intersection between human rights and the existing U.S. legal system. NWIRP boasts a working environment filled with inspiring work and incredible colleagues. And during a time when NWIRP is experiencing heightened visibility and substantial growth, this position can envision our movement’s potential and help shape the way forward. NWIRP’s Development Director is supervisor to a highly-functioning and truly collaborative team of four to six, and while NWIRP projects a total revenue of $14.5 million per year, NWIRP’s development department is responsible for raising ~30% of that revenue. See more in our posting!
Homeless Services Operations Coordinator
Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners The Homeless Services Operations Coordinator oversees SNAP's Homeless Services programs including Rapid Rehousing, Youth Transitional Housing, Singles Homeless Coordinated Entry and Outreach. SNAP is seeking a skilled leader and team builder to help guide this team of dedicated professionals. Please complete an application at our website linked below. Starting salary range is included on the job posting located on the website.
Group Health Foundation The communications manager will execute day-to-day communications activities and be responsible for generating, reviewing, and editing external communications. This position may work remotely from either region or in our Tri-Cities office in Pasco once it opens later in 2021.
Grants and data administrator
Group Health Foundation The grants and data administrator will assist with the quality, timeliness, and consistency of all aspects of grant and data management. This role will provide administrative support for grant processing and can be based remotely within Washington State or in any of our offices.
Group Health Foundation The administrative associate will oversee the daily functioning of the Foundation’s Seattle office, assist with project and vendor management, and provide support to the operations team. This position will participate in a broad array of activities connected to the expansion and healthy functioning of the Foundation.
Membership and Communications Manager
Phinney Neighborhood Association Phinney Neighborhood Association Mission The mission of the Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA) is to build, engage, and support our diverse community through programs, services, and activities that connect neighbors and foster civic engagement.
Position Overview The PNA is committed to building a culture of equity and inclusion, believing that a diversity of staff, Board, and programming is essential to achieving our mission. We are looking for someone who is willing to work with and challenge this organization and the community to be our most respectful, accepting, and sympathetic selves.
PNA seeks a dynamic Membership & Communications Manager who is excited by PNA’s mission and values. This is a full-time exempt position in which the staff member will split efforts 50/50 evenly between membership and communications projects. The individual will revise, implement, and manage a strategic membership plan and oversee all activities related to the recruitment and retention of PNA’s individual members. This position is also responsible for supporting the Association’s marketing and communications efforts. This position requires skills in social media management and content creation and a high level of comfort with computers and software. There is the option to work in-office and remotely, with schedule coordinated with supervisors.
This position reports to the Communications Director and the Community Engagement and Development Director.
See full job description at bit.ly/pna-member-comms or phinneycenter.org/jobs.
Look Listen and Learn LL+L is hiring a grant writer to expand government and foundation funding for our early learning, public TV program. Our ideal candidate is self-reliant, efﬁcient, trustworthy and accountable to their work plan and deliverables to help build sustainable and consistent grant funding. This position works from home with regular in-person check-in meetings with the Development Director and Executive Producer.
LL+L is an equal opportunity organization. We encourage those who are committed to forwarding racial justice to apply, especially Black and Indigenous candidates and other candidates of color.
Youth Tutoring Program, Catholic Community Services Our ideal candidate is someone who values educational success as a vehicle for change. We seek an individual who has experience educating youth who have faced barriers to academic success and can apply these skills to being an educational coordinator, advocate and center leader. Valued skills include community building, curriculum differentiation, and classroom management. We are looking for someone who is a fantastic multi-tasker, who can comfortably manage the main components of this position: Managing the tutoring center 3.5 hours daily, connecting with and supporting parents, monitoring student progress and strategizing/seeking guidance from school day teachers, participating in community wide initiatives to improve student’s educational outcomes, and supporting tutors as they build strong mentor/tutor relationships with their students. The Center Supervisor will support and train volunteer tutors and a part-time Center Assistant, and also directly tutor youth as needed.
Hours for this position are Mondays through Thursdays, 12:00pm to 8:00pm, with more flexible hours on Fridays. Summer hours are variable, with programming in the early or late afternoon. The current vacancy is for our High Point tutoring center, located in West Seattle. The majority of tutoring is currently taking place online, but we are anticipating a return to in-person or hybrid operation.
Tutoring Center Assistant
Youth Tutoring Program, Catholic Community Services YTP is currently hiring a Center Assistant to support the Rainier Vista YTP tutoring center from June to December, 2021. Candidates need to be available for in-person work, though some work will be online as well. The position may be extended if funding is available.
Our ideal candidate has experience working with youth in an academic setting and desires to support youth who have experienced significant educational opportunity gaps.
The Tutoring Center Assistant will support the implementation of the summer program and after-school tutoring program. Primary duties will include supporting center operations, tutoring and mentoring individual and groups of students, and supporting volunteers and interns in their work at the tutoring center. Typical hours will be 8 - 14 per week, depending on whether or not tutoring is in session. The position is funded for an average of 12 hours per week through December 2021. Applicants must be available during program time, typically 1:30-5 pm M-Th in the summer and 4-8 pm M-Th during the school year, with some earlier daytime hours possible. This position will also include paid time for formal and informal professional development.
During the 2020-21 school year, most tutoring was conducted remotely, but all candidates need to be available for in-person work this summer and fall. All in-person activities will take place with safety precautions as currently recommended for child care operations and will be compliant with current health requirements.
Temporary Fellowship Programs Coordinator
RVC See full job description here: https://rvcseattle.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Temp-Fellowship-Programs-Coordinator-Role-Description-2021.pdf
Children's Institute for Learning Differences See job description on website. Position is full time; $19.00/hour to start.
WCFR Full time experienced production cook
Finance & Operations Director
Powerful Voices Powerful Voices is searching for an experienced full-time Finance & Operations Director to lead the development and management of Powerful Voices’ Finance and Operations team. This role will be developing and implementing financial processes, human resources, operations, and will lead the charge in strengthening Powerful Voices’ infrastructure through strategic planning, developing policies reflective of our changing culture, and securing our vision to ensure our long-term sustainability.
There is potential for long-term growth, including potentially into a Co-Director position after the first year.
Powerful Voices value and desire equitable representation in the workplace and want to strongly encourage BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color), people who have been socialized and/or identify as a woman, gender non-conforming, nonbinary, LGBTQIA2S+, people with disabilities, and people with intersecting identities to apply.
Development & Outreach Coordinator
Wallingford Community Senior Center This is a brand-new position for the organization and offers the opportunity to help develop strong, vibrant and effective fundraising and outreach initiatives for WCSC. The Coordinator will spend approximately 3/4 time on Fund Development and 1/4 of their time on Communications and Outreach. Please email your cover letter and resume detailing your work experience and what you would bring to WCSC.
SafePlace SafePlace in Olympia, Washington is searching for our next leader! SafePlace is Thurston County's designated sexual and domestic violence services agency. We are an accredited and nationally recognized feminist organization committed to anti-oppression efforts as the foundation for management and services. More about SafePlace can be found at www.safeplaceolympia.org.
Application Process PLEASE APPLY ON INDEED.COM. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by July 2, 2021. However, recruitment will continue until the position is filled. Candidates will submit resumes with cover letter for review. Phone inquiries are not encouraged.
SafePlace employment is conditioned upon agreement with the SafePlace Philosophy Statement and passing a criminal background check.
SafePlace is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The agency does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, creed or religious conviction, age, gender, gender identity or expression, pregnancy or childbirth, sexual orientation, marital status, income, veteran status, genetic information, the presence of a physical, sensory or mental disability, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state or local law.
Zeno Zeno is seeking a Program Specialist to deliver Zeno programs to our partners, advancing our mission to spark joy and inspire a love of math in young children and families through racial equity, family engagement, and play, all centered in the experiences of communities of color. See details on Idealist.org.