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Executive Director, Salem-Keizer Coalition for Equality
Salem Keizer Coalition for Equality
The Salem-Keizer Coalition for Equality (SKCE) is seeking an Executive Director to lead and advance the impact of the organization. The Executive Director will oversee and manage all aspects of the organization including operations, programming, communications, fundraising, and finance. The Executive Director partners with and reports to the Board of Directors.

The position is an excellent opportunity for an experienced leader with a passion and commitment to empowering and advocating for strong families and successful students in the Latino community. The new Executive Director will be bilingual, bicultural, skilled in social justice, a systems thinker, and able to maintain a thriving nonprofit.

Commitment to SKCE’s vision, mission, and values.
Bilingual in Spanish and English.
Bicultural with a strong connection to our parent and family communities.
Read, analyze, and interpret financial reports, contracts, and/or government regulations and apply the resulting understanding to improving SKCE’s success.
Present information effectively in writing and orally.

SKCE seeks candidates with a compelling combination of demonstrated experience and skills in some or all the following areas:

Experience serving as a senior team member, CEO, or Executive Director of an organization, division, or department of a similar size. Exposure and training on education programs, social justice, and equity in education is a plus.
Experience fundraising for a social service nonprofit, including grant writing, individual donors, and corporate giving.
Experience championing social justice within an organization and as a leader in the community.

This is a full-time exempt position $80,000, plus benefits.
This position is located in Salem Oregon and is in office with community meetings and some evening/weekend events.

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Development Director
Western States Center
Western States Center is expanding to meet the urgent challenges facing our country and the growing threat of white nationalism and organized bigotry. We need a dedicated and talented Development Director to oversee our c3 and c4 fundraising strategy with a combined annual budget of $4.5 million. This is a unique leadership position for a dynamic senior level director who can drive our overall fundraising program while also communicating the vision, values and impact of Western States Center’s work. The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to our mission and be enthusiastic about working with a team of colleagues who share equity values. This is a full-time position supervised by the Executive Director.
Executive Director
Western States Center
Western States Center is expanding to meet the urgent challenges facing our country. We seek an Executive Director that will work in building and strengthening the Center's organizational infrastructure, culture, practices, programs, and staffing, ensuring sustainability and growth by leading robust fundraising strategies and financial management in collaboration with staff and Board Members, and the formation of strategies and cultivation of relationships that advance the Center's mission. A strategic mindset and collaborative leadership style are essential for this position.

The Executive Director will report directly to the Board of Directors and supervise, coach, and lead the Deputy Director and Directors of the Center. The successful candidate will have demonstrated their ability to fulfill the role by working collaboratively to cultivate organizational culture, facilitate organizational planning, build effective relationships, and demonstrate an understanding of organizational systems and strategies as well as have deep experience with justice movements in the Center's sectors and serve as a catalyst for creating excitement around core strategies to strengthen inclusive democracy.
Communications and Public Relations Manager
Oregon Wildlife Foundation
Communications and Public Relations Manager-hybrid position
Talent Acquisition and Development Manager
Oregon Community Foundation
The Talent Acquisition and Development Manager (TAD Manager) works closely with the Director of Human Resources in the strategic recruitment and development of a diverse, talented team of professionals, and in the development and implementation of an internal learning program and platform that support employee growth and career development, including content and implementation. This position works closely with individuals across the organization.
Assistant Director of Development for Salem and Portland
Oregon Symphony
SUMMARY: The Assistant Director of Development for Salem and Portland (ADOD) is responsible for developing the donor pipeline by managing a portfolio valued at approximately $500K annually and comprised of 215 leadership annual donors and acquisition prospects. The ADOD serves as the primary interface with the Salem community, building strong relationships throughout the Mid-Willamette region. The ADOD will solicit all Salem donors and a portfolio of donors in the Portland area. Asks include their annual gift, planned giving, special events, as well as special projects.

The ADOD will accomplish annual goals through face-to-face meetings with prospects, phone and email communication, written appeals, and organizational events. The ADOD will additionally be responsible for identification of new prospects, conducting prospect research, portfolio forecasting, maintenance of donor/prospect contact information in the Tessitura database, and stewardship of donors.

Position requires the flexibility to frequently to travel between Salem and Portland, attend all scheduled events, and work evenings and weekends as needed.
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