Director of Development | Young People’s Chorus of NYC

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New York, NY, US

The organization has an immediate requirement for a seasoned, highly entrepreneurial Director of Development. This individual will partner with a visionary Artistic Director to steward the organization’s mission and ensure its fiscal health. The ideal candidate will be able to effectively articulate the organization’s short and long range goals and financial needs and be able to build lasting philanthropic relationships with a broad based constituency. The main objective of this position is to procure funding for YPC by cultivating new and maintaining existing donor relationships. The position also requires extensive interaction with an active Board of Directors.

Associate: Philanthropic Partnerships, Prospect Strategy and Research | Pew Charitable Trusts

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Washington, DC, US

We are seeking a collaborative, articulate and data-oriented professional with minimum of one year of experience in a non-profit organization or research institution. The ideal candidate will possess a high level of skill and comfort in utilizing a wide range of research resources, and demonstrate proficiency at translating data and information into concise, well-written documents that demonstrate an understanding of the prospect and how they would relate to Pew.

Postdoctoral Scholar: Italian Paleography | Newberry Library

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Chicago, IL, US

Reporting to the Director of the Center for Renaissance Studies, the Postdoctoral Scholar will assist with preparing materials for inclusion in an online handbook for Italian paleography, 1300-1700.

Processing Archivist | Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy

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San Francisco, CA, US

This project addresses a specific body of current and historical documentation pertaining to Fort Baker in the Marin Headlands.The Park Archives and Records Center, located at the Presidio of San Francisco, houses 5.5 million archival materials. A subset of these archives deals with the transfer and management of the former military site, Fort Baker, and its evolution from military base to national park and conference center. This project will involve formal processing (arrangement, description and rehousing) of up to 100 linear feet of archives and records pertaining to various aspects of the Fort Baker projects from ca. 1983-2010. Most identified collections are currently located in the Park Archives and Records Center. Some work will involve supporting Records staff in confirming collections of paper and electronic records still in active status for future acquisition/accretion planning as they fit into existing archival collections.

Reproductive Rights Researcher | Media Matters for America

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Washington, DC, US

Media Matters for America is a progressive, Washington, D.C-based, nonprofit research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting conservative misinformation in the U.S. media. The Media MattersReproductive Rights Research team provides original research and analysis concerning conservative media misinformation about women’s reproductive health and rights as it relates to policy, legal, and cultural developments at the local, state, and federal levels of government. The Reproductive Rights Researcher works directly with the Reproductive Rights Program Director in producing content and research.

Iran Analyst: Critical Threats Project | American Enterprise Institute

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Washington, DC, US

The primary responsibility for this position will be tracking Iranian security and foreign policy activities, including but not limited to: Iran’s military capabilities, regional influence, soft power outreach, domestic politics, and economic policies. Other responsibilities include contributing to the daily Iran News Round Up publication; managing a small group of interns; assisting with the administration of the project’s redesigned and interactive website by mapping regional developments, posting daily briefings, and promoting publications; and other research and administrative support as required.

Development Manager | NewFest

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New York, NY, US

NewFest is currently seeking a Development Manager to help grow and sustain New York’s LGBT Film and Media Arts Organization. The position will help create and implement a short- and long-term development strategy for corporate sponsorships, private and public grants, and individual donors. The Development Manager will help strengthen existing relationships and establish new sources of funding in support of the annual New York LGBT Film Festival each October, as well as NewFest’s year-round programming and community-based initiatives.

Program and Performance Analyst | The New York Foundling

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New York, NY

If you are a service-oriented individual and desire a thoroughly rewarding career where you have the ability to make a difference in the lives of children and families in your community, we invite you to join our team by applying for one of our employment opportunities. We are currently seeking Program and Performance Analysts for the Division of Quality, Performance and Compliance (QPC).

Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist | BeadforLife and Street Business School

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Boulder, CO, US
Uganda

BeadforLife and Street Business School

Our vision is to reach one million women in ten years through the global expansion of our Street Business School (SBS), an innovative entrepreneurial training program that helps women living in poverty to transform their lives and become self-supporting. Now half way through Phase 1 of the expansion, we are looking for a rock star to help us dive deeper into evaluating the effectiveness of the replication of the SBS model through partner organizations, tracking our ongoing impact, and launching an SMS based M&E system.

Grants and Development Coordinator | The Jaffa Institute

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Tel Aviv, Israel

The Jaffa Institute is seeking a Grants and Development Coordinator within its successful International Grants Department. This is a 100% FTE (9:00 – 17:00) position based at the Jaffa Institute’s administrative offices in South Tel Aviv. The Grants and Development Coordinator will report directly to the Grants and Development Manager.