February Job Seekers

We are back with our February Job Seekers post! If you are a nonprofit that would like their job opportunity featured, please contact us. We would love to feature you. 

Lead Program Coach – Neighborhood Leadership Development Program


The Neighborhood Leadership Development Program is hoping to hire a Lead Program Coach. The Lead Coach is responsible for providing individual coaching to participants and graduates, as well as, providing input on the integration of the coaching content into the curriculum. NLDP’s mission is to enhance the diverse leadership abilities of engaged Clevelanders who are committed to creating a city and region which works for everyone. NLDP is comprised of three interlocking program facets:

  • The program’s core curriculum is an eleven-month sixteen-session leadership training and development program.

  • Secondly, NLDP manages a multi-layered graduate support program.

  • The third facet is the provision of consistent program coaching for participants and graduates of the program

Engagement Strategist – Grants Plus


The Engagement Strategist joins an experienced team of other grant seeking professionals to lead exceptional grant writing, research, and strategy within ongoing engagements for nonprofit clients and to positively contribute to the company’s team culture, national reputation, and impact in the philanthropic and nonprofit sector.


Senior Major Gifts Officer – The Cleveland Orchestra


The Senior Major Gift Officer will engage prospects, donors, and other members of the community in philanthropic support of The Cleveland Orchestra.  This individual will actively manage a donor portfolio, qualify new donors, make discovery calls, and build a pool of new prospects and past donors up to the 6-figure level. The Senior Major Gift Officer initiates gift strategies and cultivates and solicits prospects through personal visits, direct mail, written and phone communication. They also work closely with colleagues to implement strategic approaches to increase the donor base and build a robust pipeline for major gift support for the Orchestra.


Operations Manager – The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women at CWRU


The Operations Manager, under limited supervision, will provide overall administrative management for the center including oversee the day-to-day operations with exceptional customer service; coordinating reception; creating policies and procedures; managing calendars and space utilization; overseeing budget and finances; supporting grants and grant writing; special event logistics; coordinating human resource processes, and managing all center internal and external publications and communications. Additional responsibilities include serving as a member of the director’s leadership team, assisting the director with fundraising initiatives, and supervising student workers.


Manager of Conservation Education, Outreach and Development – Western Reserve Land Conservancy


Under the direction of the Chief Development Officer (“CDO”), the Manager of Conservation Education, Outreach and Development (“Manager”) will lead the planning and implementation of conservation education programming and fundraising to support these activities. The Manager’s core education and outreach responsibilities include coordinating nature education for all ages and constituent engagement. This engagement includes lectures, workshops, speaker series, hikes, and events that are both large-scale and small, intimate gatherings. The Manager’s core development/fundraising responsibilities include managing a portfolio of donors and prospects assigned by the CDO for cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. The Manager also plays an important role by collaborating with the CEO and the Conservation team to expand public and private fundraising capacity, conduct natural resource inventories, and other related activities.


Development Coordinator – National MS Society


The Development Coordinator, Walk MS will support the successful execution of Walk events in the market through recruitment and cultivation of participants and teams, community outreach, top fundraiser recognition, and general support. The Development Coordinator acts as an ambassador for the National MS Society, always striving to engage participants and donors with the mission by providing exceptional customer service.


Responsibilities include coaching, supporting, and engaging participants and volunteers, providing needed logistical/administrative support, and supporting donor recognition activities to ensure an exceptional event experience for all.


Manager of Special Events – Achievement Center for Children


Achievement Centers for Children is a Cleveland, Ohio based non-profit organization that is nationally recognized for its excellence in helping children and adults with disabilities and their families achieve and thrive. Employment with us is rewarding personally and professionally. The ideal candidate is an experienced nonprofit development professional who will be responsible for generating revenue through special event fundraising and other related activities that annually raise significant funds for our programs and services.


Neighborhood Services Coordinator – Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation


Plan, organize, and manage volunteers, community service programs and events. Applicant must have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of community organizations including public and private agencies, health, volunteer and social services organizations, area schools and universities, churches, and residents. Prepare clear and concise staff reports, demographic information and public information. 


MHAC Program and Policy Director – The Centers for Families and Children


The Mental Health & Addiction Advocacy Coalition (MHAC) seeks an experienced, highly-effective, team-oriented leader passionate about Ohioans with behavioral health disorders. MHAC fosters education and awareness of mental health and addiction issues while advocating for public policies and strategies that support effective, well-funded services, systems, and supports for those in need, resulting in stronger Ohio communities. Under the supervision of the Executive Director of the MHAC, directs advocacy activities at the state level and is responsible for providing highly confidential policy, education, program and administrative support for the MHAC.  This position is located in the Columbus office.



Finance Manager – Co-Op Dayton


Co-op Dayton is a nonprofit organization that seeks to create a more equitable and sustainable local economy by developing cooperative businesses that meet community needs, that are rooted in and accountable to community, and that offer dignified jobs through shared ownership. The Finance Manager will play a key role in our organization by helping us to maximize our social impact with our financial resources and to sustainably grow our staff and programs. The Manager will be responsible for tracking our finances, updating our books, and reporting to our grantors. The Manager will also participate in the cooperative business development process by providing technical assistance to co-ops, specifically with financial models, analysis, and training.


Foundation and Corporate Support Coordinator – ideastream


The Foundations and Corporate Support Coordinator (“Coordinator”) will support our corporate, foundation, and underwriting (sales) fundraising operation. Reporting to the Senior Director, Foundations and Corporate Support, the Coordinator helps secure essential funds that fuel ideastream’s mission and service to the community. The Coordinator is responsible for researching potential sources of funding, gathering data and other key information, preparing and editing presentations, proposals and reports to funders, and maintaining critical tracking systems to ensure timely submittal of all required forms, documents, acknowledgements and filings.


Check back next month for the next job seeker’s! 

**All postings were active at the date of publishing