Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Non-Profit Job Openings for this Week

Here are the latest posts from Charitable Advisors for Non-Profit job openings. Let me know if you see anything of interest.

Youth Services Workers, St.Vincent Indianapolis - Part-time and Full-time available. Planning, coordinating, and implementing programs and activities for youth. Writing and implementing grants. Accessing community resources. Assessing the needs of youth and making referrals. Interacting with children and parents of diverse backgrounds. Ability to implement program curriculum to Kindergarten through High School students. Strong computer skills. Teaching experience in classroom setting preferred. Experience working with youth is preferred. 2+ years of college preferred. Some weekends and evenings. To apply, please visit (click on external – new applicant) and reference the corresponding job # (Full-time- Job # 25852, Part-time- Job # 25734). EOE (Featured October 2 and 9)

Development Associate, American Legion Auxiliary - Responsible for maintaining computerized donor files, and providing support for mailings, events and fundraising efforts of the development division. Play an integral part in building and maintaining positive relationships with ALA members. Other responsibilities include communicating and working with outside vendors for direct mailings, donation processing, and other general fundraising activities. Includes donor research and administrative support for the development division. Requires bachelor’s degree plus min. 2 yrs experience in administrative work. Must be efficient in Microsoft Office Suite and database programs; Excellent written and oral communication skills; An understanding of accounting principals and techniques. Respond with cover letter, resume, 3 references and completed application, found on our website ( to: Jill Billups (, Human Resources Coordinator, American Legion Auxiliary National Headquarters, 777 North Meridian St., 3rd Floor, Indianapolis, IN 46204. (Featured October 2 and 9)

Development Director, St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf - Responsible for strategically planning and directing all fund development and public relations efforts to serve the organization’s mission. Requires leading, planning, and executing, a comprehensive development program including annual fund, donor cultivation, major gifts solicitation, planned giving, and volunteer management. Must be a graduate of an accredited college or university and have experience in fund development, not for profit management or related experience. Must have demonstrated successful experience in marketing and fund development management; implementation and evaluation of development programs; excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, computer skills and database management. Respond with cover letter, resume, references, and salary requirements to (Featured October 2 and 9)

Executive Director, Martin Luther King Multi-Service Center - The Martin Luther King Multi-Service Center serves children and families through creative programs that promote hope and a sense of community. The Board seeks a candidate with strong leadership, management and business skills, particularly in the area of financial development. Demonstrated competency in program and site administration in a Social Service setting is an asset. Salary $60,000+. Send resume to be received by October 15, 2007 to: Maurice Cox, Board Chair 4533 Broadway Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205 or e-mail to: (Featured October 2 and 9)

Immigrant Outreach Specialist, Program and Product Development Service Section, The Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library - Develop, implement, administer and evaluate system wide programs and events which motivate reading, promote community literacy, and increase use of library materials, information and resources. Duties include coordinating specialized work in development, production and delivery of new, innovative immigrant outreach services and programs to current users and expanding audiences; serve as liaison between Library departments, community organizations and businesses that are partners or sponsors of system wide programs. Min. Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Communication, Social work or related field. Masters Degree in Library Science preferred. Must have 1-2 yrs community related programming and knowledge of immigrant communities. Must be fluent in both written and conversational Spanish. Experience in library setting preferred. EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. Drug-free workplace. Apply online by Oct. 9, 4 p.m. at (Featured October 2)

Citywide Community Development Internship, The Indianapolis Coalition for Neighborhood Development (ICND) is currently seeking undergraduate and graduate level candidates for its Citywide Community Development Internship. ICND is an association of neighborhood-based community development corporations who facilitate the redevelopment of Indianapolis neighborhoods. Interns have an opportunity to perform duties related to housing, public safety, and community and economic development. Must be organized, detail oriented, have strong written and verbal communication skills, solid research skills, and be proficient in Microsoft Office. To apply, send resume, cover letter and 3 references to: Michelle Christopher, ICND Program Manager at (Featured October 2 and 9)

Bookkeeper, Global Gifts - (approximately 10 hours/week) Ideal candidate will have previous cash management experience, be able to work with financial software programs (Quicken, Excel and Quick Books) and have a demonstrated appreciation for the mission of Global Gifts. Complete job description at under the opportunities tab. Submit resume, cover letter, and references to Global Gifts, attn: General Manager, 1201 Central Avenue, Box 10, Indianapolis, IN 46202 or to (Featured October 2)

Receptionist, Reach For Youth, Inc. (Part-time) - Community base not-for-profit organization providing counseling and juvenile diversion for youth and families is currently seeking a part time receptionist. Requires 2 years office experience. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office suites, ability to answer multi-line phone system, excellent verbal and written communication skills, maintain confidentiality and ability to travel between office locations. Send resume to: DeShawn Easley, 3505 N. Washington Blvd., 46205. No phone calls please. (Featured October 2 and 9)

Training and Development Specialist, Organizational Development Team, Indiana Farm Bureau, Inc. - Specialize in curriculum development, facilitation, coordination and implementation of education, training and leadership development programming by assisting Indiana Farm Bureau teams and county Farm Bureau leaders within the framework of the organization’s strategic plan. Experience with volunteers, ADDIE methodology and facilitator lead instruction. Basic knowledge of management techniques, strong research and excellent communication and facilitation skills. Bachelors degree in education, management or communications, plus min. 5 yrs experience in related fieldand a general knowledge of non-profit associations, agriculture and Farm Bureau. Respond by Oct. 12 with references and career accomplishments to: M. Kim Vail, Director, Organizational Development, Indiana Farm Bureau, P.O. Box 1290, Indianapolis, IN 46206, or (Featured October 2 and 9)

Director of Development, Acacia Fraternity Foundation - The Foundation has begun implementation of a $5 million capital campaign to endow its existing programs and fund Acacia Fraternity’s new, comprehensive Cornerstones membership development program for undergraduate members. Manage and lead all aspects of capital campaign, including working with alumni volunteers and fraternity staff, final preparation of campaign case materials, donor development, communications, visits with top tier prospects and all other elements of planning and implementation. Bachelors degree plus min. 3-5 yrs experience in fund development, preferably capital campaign management. Respond with cover letter, resume, references and salary requirements to or Darold Larson, Executive Director, 8777 Purdue Road, Suite 225, Indianapolis, IN 46268. (Featured October 2 and 9)

Director of Development, The 100 Black Men of Indianapolis - Under the supervision of the Executive Director, establish and administer a development program, which should include: involving volunteers, conducting and supporting special events; researching, cultivating and soliciting potential donors; searching prospects; and proposal writing and grant management. Bachelor’s degree required and fund raising, marketing or sales experience helpful. Must be committed to the objectives of the 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, have excellent interpersonal, communication, and presentation skills, as well as, ability to think strategically and develop long-term relationships. Compensation commensurate with degree and experience. Send resume, references and salary history to: Executive Director, 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, 3901 North Meridian, suite 10, Indianapolis, IN 46208. (Featured October 2 and 9)

Site Director II - Before & After School Program / West District, YMCA of Greater Indianapolis - Plan and implement daily program activities for Before and/or After School Program in Wayne Township. Responsibilities include supervising site staff and children, providing and leading curriculum/activities, communicating with parents and school personnel, and maintaining program records/documentation. Must be 21 years old, have 3-4 yrs experience working with children and a BA/BS degree in Child Development, Education or related field, or its equivalent, is highly preferred. Requires good communication skills, knowledge of child development and behavior management, a high regard for safety and the ability to obtain YMCA training. Respond by Oct. 8 with 3-5 prof. references to: YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, 615 North Alabama Street, Suite 200, Indianapolis, IN 46204, or e-mail with job title to (Featured October 2 and 9)

Accounts Payable Specialist, Nonprofit Processing & Accounting Services, a program of Indiana Association of United Ways - Join our growing nonprofit accounting services team. Duties include coding and processing accounting clients’ payables. Assist other accounting team-members with receivables, payroll, and general ledger. Experience in a nonprofit preferred. Send resume with cover letter and salary expectation to: Kathy Downing, NP&AS, 3901 N. Meridian St., Ste 306, Indpls, IN 46208, or email to (Featured October 2 and 9)

Manager of TeamMS and Marketing, Indiana State Chapter National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Requires Bachelors Degree plus 2 yrs publications/PR experience and proven success in communications and volunteer development. Knowledge and proven skills in organization, evaluation, problem-solving, and public speaking. Focus on boosting quantity and productivity of top team events and building strong media relations and volunteer, participant and donor relationships to achieve the funding goals of the Indiana State Chapter. Provides direction in executing a TeamMS strategy. Respond with cover letter, resume, references, and salary requirements to: or K. Kovac, Director of Development National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Indiana State Chapter 7301 Georgetown Road Suite 112 Indianapolis, IN 46268 (Featured October 2 and 9)

Executive Director, The Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis - An all-volunteer orchestra, presents a series of classical concerts, as well as several pops concerts in collaboration with Indy Parks. Organization also has several educational/outreach programs including “Listen & Learn,” summer camp “Strings and Jazzy Things,” and the Metropolitan Youth Orchestra. Manage all staff members and volunteers. Office management, day-to-day operational responsibilities of the organization and its programs, including accounting functions, contract writing/negotiation, record keeping and retention. Fund Raising – grant writing, grant presentations, facilitation of all fund raising efforts. Liaison between the organization and other arts organization within the community. Experience in office management, including accounting, records management and retention, grant writing preferred. Computer skills including MS Word, Excel, and Publisher preferred. Respond to: or call the office at (317) 229-2367. (Featured October 2 and 9)

Director of Development - A leading Indiana non-profit organization seeks a well seasoned Director of Development to lead this long established organization’s efforts to raise funds and community awareness of the organization. Minimum Bachelor’s Degree, and at least 5-10 years of senior level fundraising. Experience in grant writing, special events, major gifts, corporate and foundation giving, planned giving, and experience with Capital Campaigns. Experience managing small team of professionals and the ability to interface with a wide variety of individuals in the philanthropic community in Indiana. Please forward cover letter, resume, writing sample, and salary requirements via e-mail to Search Committee: (Featured October 2 and 9)

Grant Writer - One of Indiana’s leading non-profit organizations. Reports to the Director of Development. Minimum 5 yrs grant writing experience. Must have excellent writing skills, record of writing successful grants. Must understand Philanthropic environment and be able to work with a small team of professionals. A bachelor’s degree is required. Please provide sample of 2 successful grant proposals. Respond with cover letter, resume, writing samples and salary history and expectations to Search Committee: (Featured October 2 and 9)