Jobs, Jobs, and More Jobs…

CA Faculty Association seeks General Manager with extensive management
experience in a union, political, grassroots, or non-profit association.
Excellent salary and benefits package. For job requirements and
application procedure, visit “CFA Employment Opportunities” at
www.calfac.org.

Relief Staff: Save Haven, Santa Monica
Responsibilities include: work on-call with other night staff and day
staff to oversee shelter activities, provide crisis intervention
services when needed, assist in coordination of evening programs and
classes, develop effective, trusting relationships with clients, attend
monthly Night Staff meetings as required, and participate in
self-evaluation and program evaluation in order to better respond to
client/community needs. Must have experience working with homeless or
mentally ill women and men and crisis intervention skills. Must be able
to work both day and night hours. Send Resume and cover letter to:
vzaat@opcc.netwith “relief staff” in the subject line (5/13).

Personal Assistant: The Giving Back Fund, Los Angeles
S/he will mainly be personally assisting the president of the
organization. These duties include, but are not limited to: arranging
travel, keeping track of hectic schedule, and communicating with
multiple individuals on behalf of the president. S/he will also assist
the office in basic administrative duties, including but not limited to:
answering phones, providing information in response to public inquiries,
tracking schedules for 2 other executives, distributing mail,
maintaining the office, including organizing paperwork, ordering office
supplies, and dealing with any problems with office equipment, creating
press kits, organizing media materials, and updating Constant Contact
database. S/he may also be asked to assist with ongoing programs. No
phone calls. Send cover letter, resume, and one writing sample to:
Jessica Martin, jmartin@givingback.org(5/13).

Executive Assistant: Angels at Risk, Los Angeles
Esteemed, grass roots non-profit seeks highly motivated candidate who
possesses a confident demeanor, cheery attitude to work in dynamic
environment. Candidate must be proficient in PC/MAC. Exceptional writing
& communications skills and ability to multi-task a must. Should be
self-motivated, yet comfortable taking direction. Duties: general
administrative support, correspondence, phones, expense reports, light
accounting. Other duties: grant writing/ reporting, assisting Founder
with program related projects. Fantastic opportunity for growth.
Organization has strong affiliations & support from West
L.A./Entertainment community. Flexibility and discretion are a must.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Must have non-profit experience. Full
time. Competitive Salary D.O.E. Submit resume to:
Annie7resume@aol.com(5/13).

Executive Director (LA Regional Team): Teach For America , Los Angeles
Teach For America is seeking an executive director to manage strategic
growth into new schools and districts, increase the region’s funding
base, expand the local alumni impact and oversee corps member
effectiveness. Currently, the Los Angeles region is on track to have 350
corps members impacting more than 30,000 students by 2010. The executive
director works to catalyze a movement of champions, including corps
members, alumni, donors, district partners, and community leaders to
ensure that Teach For America becomes center stage of the education
reform landscape. Experience managing business units or regional
chapters strongly preferred. Bachelor’s degree required. Apply online
at:
http://tbe.taleo.net/NA5/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=TEACHFORAMERICA&cws=1&rid=2259(4/29).

Project Director: Color of Democracy Project, California
The Program Director works with the CDP advisors to develop CDP
strategies involving comprehensive activities that bring together civic
engagement, leadership development, policy development, and regional
targeting into an effective plan. The Program Director plays a major
role in developing a fundraising strategy that is based primarily on
relationship-building, meetings, and events. The Program Director will
also serve as the primary liaison with organizations that receive funds
and other forms of support from CDP. The Program Director manages a
part-time administrative support staff. Five years of experience with
developing high-level, multidisciplinary strategy for social justice
change and experience with racial justice work & the grant process
required. Must have three years of fundraising experience. Send cover
letter and resume to: Shirley Burke, project4pep@gmail.com(5/13).

Director, Alumni Affairs: Teach for America , Los Angeles
Teach For America seeks a Director of Alumni Affairs in the Los Angeles
region to maximize the impact of the movement by connecting alumni to
each other and to the work of Teach For America. This position provides
an opportunity for individuals to play a critical role in rallying our
alumni who are building the movement from various sectors across the
country. The Director of Alumni Affairs will work to support our alumni
initiative areas of alumni engagement, school leadership and political
leadership in Los Angeles . In addition, they will work to build an
alumni base that is informed and active in the broader movement for
educational equity. Bachelor’s degree required; 5-7 years of
professional experience preferred. Apply online at:
http://tbe.taleo.net/NA5/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=TEACHFORAMERICA&cws=1&rid=2415(5/13).

Regional Program Manager: Special Olympics of Southern California, Los
Angeles

Responsible for managing volunteer recruitment, training and
assignments for Regional tournaments, special events, and other
activities. Responsible for coordinating logistical details for the
Law Enforcement Torch Run and related events. Maintain databases to
manage information on volunteers, coaches and donors. Bachelor’s
Degree or equivalent required. Two years of experience in volunteer
coordination and management, meeting planning or event management and
proficiency in using relevant technology including Microsoft software
and ability to learn other software programs required. Work day is 9 a.
m. to 6 p.m. daily with a one-hour lunch. Some early morning, evening
and week-end availability required in support of meetings and events in
the San Gabriel Valley . Send resume to: lajobs@sosc.org(5/13).

Program Director Specialist: YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles , Los
Angeles

S/he will work with children, parents, members and YMCA staff to
provide quality child care program experiences. As program leader, s/he
will supervise and provide training to a child care staff responsible
for a wide range of child care activities. Depending on the day and
time, the daily routine varies from hands on experiences with children
in child care, to attending meetings, or preparing for the next day’s
programs. Opportunities abound to educate and creatively work with the
YMCA team and community members. Must be Title “22” Center Director
qualified and have minimum 2 years experience in a licensed child care
supervisory role. Current CPR and First Aid certification required. Send
cover letter and resume to: annettawright@ymcala.org(5/13).

Case Manager: Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking, Los Angeles
Under the direction of the Clinical Services Coordinator, the Case
Manager provides intensive case management and crisis intervention to
survivors of human trafficking and modern day slavery. The Case Manager
must excel at client-centered advocacy, managing competing priorities,
and facilitating access to services for clients. S/he contributes to
social services policy formation and long-range program planning, and
assists in developing relationships with community partners. The Case
Manager position is contingent on the continuation of funding and the
consistent enrollment of Clients in the CAST Client Services program. As
such, this position will be reviewed for continuation on a quarterly
basis. B.A. or M.A. (preferred) in relevant field or equivalent
experience. Bilingual (English/Spanish, Korean, Thai preferred). No
phone calls. Send resume to: info@castla.orgwith “Case Manager” in
the subject line (5/13).

Grant Writer: Children Uniting Nations, Los Angeles
Position is responsible for writing foundations and government grants,
to include local, state and federal applications. Successful candidate
must be responsible for researching and tracking funding resources,
developing concept papers, writing letters of inquiry, preparing and
submitting applications. The position reports directly to VP of
Programs. Candidate must demonstrate history of successful social
services /child welfare grant applications to DHHS, SAMHSA, HRSA, DOE,
OJJDP or other comparable public funding agency within the past 12
months. Candidate should have excellent writing skills and must have
minimum 5+ yrs of experience. Candidate must be proficient in MS Word,
Outlook, Excel, SAGE software. BA/BS required; MA/MSW preferred. No
phone calls. Send resume, cover letter, writing samples and salary
history to: community87@gmail.com(5/13).

Manager, Community & Parent Engagement: Green Dot Public Schools , LA
The Manager of Community and Parent Engagement will coordinate student
recruitment, parent education, and community involvement efforts.
Specific tasks include but are not limited to: work with school sites to
implement recommended practices, develop multi-media (websites, radio
ads, tv ads, dvd’s) and print materials (brochures, flyers, etc.) to
support outreach, plan and execute grassroots events, maintain contact
management database, and work with other home office departments to
create training and professional development programs for parent
coordinators. At least 5 years experience in organizing, grassroots
marketing or public relations required. Bachelor’s degree required,
graduate degree a plus. Bi-literate in Spanish a plus. The salary range
for this position is $50K – $75K, based upon experience. Apply online
at:
https://edzapp.com/applicant/LoginPrivate.aspx?OriginCode=22768(5/13).

Governmental Advocates- Self-directed individual with excellent
administrative skills for Office Manager/gatekeeper position. Duties:
phones, client billing, contract administration, FPPC reporting,
maintaining office equipment and supplies. Assist lobbyist and clients.
Competitive salary. Send resume to MMiller@govadv.com. (5/28)

CaliforniaMedical Association, Associate Director of External Affairs:
Manages the grassroots advocacy efforts of physicians. Minimum 3 years
political/legislative experience. Competitive compensation package. Send
resume to hr@cmanet.org. (5/27)

Blue Shield of California ,Senior Government Affairs Advocate:
Represent the company before state legislature and administration.
Minimum five years lobbying and/or legislative experience required.
Competitive salary/benefits. Job details/application:
www.blueshieldca.com/careersand reference Career # 26724. (5/26)
State Allocation Boardseeks Assistant Executive Officer. Requires
extensive knowledge of school construction and legislation that affects
school facilities. Salary range $7984 – $8634/month; Final Filing
6/12/09. See announcement. Contact: Valerie.castro@dgs.ca.gov. (6/12)

Legislative Assistant,Johan Klehs & Company
Office management, scheduling, clerical duties, knowledge of legislative process.
Communication skills helpful. Competitive salary and benefits; resumes
to otnbw@comcast.net. (5/22)

California Healthcare Institute(www.chi.org) Part-Time Administrative
Assistant to support both our VP and Associate Director of State
Government Affairs.. Pay is depending on experience, starting at
$15/hour+. Please e-mail resumes to jobs@chi.org. (5/22)
Administrative Assistant, Aprea & MicheliManage scheduling for 2
lobbyists; file FPPC quarterly reports for firm/clients; fundraising
planning/coordination; office management; clerical duties. Knowledge of
legislative process. Competitive salary/benefits; resumes by May 15:
danderson@apreamicheli.com. (5/15)

Schubert Flint Public Affairs,Sacramento Office, seeks Account
Coordinator
for heavy administrative work on behalf of trade association
client. Member communications, accounting and answering phones. Salary
$28,000 – 30,000. Resumes: william@schubertflintpa.com. (6/3)
Association of California Water AgenciesEnergy/Climate Change
Specialist, provide technical expertise, strategic analysis on energy,
air quality. Competitive salary. Cover letter, resume, salary history,
three work related references: kellys@acwa.com. Equal opportunity
employer.. (5/18)

Association of California Water AgenciesRegion Coordinator to assist
development/coordination of events, tours, meetings, including meeting
planning and logistics. Competitive benefits/salary. Cover letter,
resume, salary history, three job-related references to kellys@acwa.com.
Equal opportunity employer (5/18)
California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Boardseeks CEA II, Deputy
Director, Administrative Services. Salary range $7,815.00 –
$8,616.00/Month; Final Filing 5/15/09 or until filled. Get details Here.
Contact: kiml@cuiab.ca.gov(5/15)

CaliforniaPrimary Care Association: Research Associate. Research policy
issues, draft analysis/reports, monitor legislation in the area of
health policy. Entry level, Bilingual a plus. Competitive
salary/benefits. Cover letter, resume, references, salary requirements
in MSWord: jobs@cpca.org, fax 916 440 8172. (5/29)

CaliforniaPrimary Care Association: Communications Specialist. Develop
and facilitate media activities, external communication. Bachelor’s
degree, 3 years related media relations experience. Competitive
salary/benefits. Cover letter, resume, references, salary requirements
in MSWord: jobs@cpca.orgfax 916 440 8172. (5/29)

CaliforniaForward – Administrative Assistant to support Policy
Director. Duties include management of California Forward’s SF office,
basic financial management, scheduling, CA Forward Action Fund
activities and light research. Competitive salary and benefits. Contact
Anita alee@caforward.org. (5/29)
CaliforniaForward – Senior Electoral Policy Advisor with at least 10
years of experience, project management and legislative experience. Will
oversee California Forward projects related to electoral reform.
Competitive salary and benefits. Contact Anita alee@caforward.org.
(6/26)

Financial Services Officer under general direction of Finance Officer;
responsible for financial matters of CIRM. Experience working with
California governmental accounting and regulatory practices strongly
preferred. Salary $82,200-$123,400 commensurate with experience. See
complete information: www.cirm.ca.gov/jobs. (5/29)

Executive Director: Our House, Los Angeles
Our House, a non-profit grief support center, is immediately seeking an
experienced Executive Director to run the agency. Responsible to the
Board of Directors, the candidate must have strong management
experience; a proven track record recruiting major donors and capturing
grants. Strong financial management and strategic planning experience
also required. Send resume to: 2FranSolomon@gmail.com(5/13).

Executive Director: The Friends of Ballona Wetlands, Playa del Rey
The Friends of Ballona Wetlands is searching for a part-time executive
director. The position could become full time in the future commensurate
with job performance and organizational growth. The key responsibilities
of the position are funding acquisition, grant writing and membership
expansion. Position also requires interfacing with political contacts,
overseeing fundraising events and coordinating monthly Board of
Directors meetings. Some oversight of staff is also included.
Communication, fundraising, networking and public relations skills are
essential along with some knowledge of wetlands, and/or coastal
environmental issues. Also important is experience with budgets and
financial management. Knowledge of Quick Books and E-Tapestry software
is helpful. Send resume and cover letter that includes salary history
to: Friends Vice President, ctyrrell@pirnie.com(5/13).

Director of Finance: Liberty Hill Foundation, Santa Monica
The Director of Finance and Operations is responsible for the oversight
of all aspects of accounting, operations systems and financial reporting
in support of the Foundation’s strategic plan and goals. The Director
of Finance and Operations is a member of the management team and reports
directly to the Chief Executive Officer. Bachelor’s degree in
accounting, business or finance or a related field required; advanced
degree preferred. Must have five years experience in a nonprofit or
foundation accounting environment and three years experience as a
supervisor in an accounting environment.. Demonstrated experience in
financial planning, analysis and management in a non-profit setting
required. Send cover letter, resume, salary history and three references
to: Paula Litt, DFO Search, Liberty Hill Foundation, 2121 Cloverfield
Blvd., Suite 113 , Santa Monica , CA 90404 (5/13).

Foundations & Grants Officer: AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA), Los
Angeles

Direct the research and production of effective grant proposals to
private foundations, government agencies, and corporate and private
sources to successfully secure major funding to meet the agency’s
program needs. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent educational attainment
required. Must have at least 5 years experience writing proposals on
behalf of a non-profit agency/institution with an emphasis on foundation
proposals and some experience with government grants. Experience with
corporate proposals desirable, but not required. Must be an articulate
public speaker as well as writer. Send resume and salary history to:
jobs@apla.org(5/13).

Project Coordinator: “I Have a Dream” Foundation, Los Angeles
The Project Coordinator for Projects 16 and 17 will coordinate
year-round programming for at-risk 2nd and 3rd graders. This position is
meant to be long-term and move with the students from grade level to
grade level until high school graduation. Our comprehensive program
includes the following core service areas: academic support/enrichment,
social-emotional development, college preparation, career preparation,
mentoring, and parent/family engagement. The position supervises
part-time staff and volunteers and builds positive relationships with
school-site staff and community partners. Bachelor’s Degree in a
related field and five years of related work experience achieving
positive results with at-risk youth and families required. $36-$38K.
Bilingual Spanish – oral and written required. Send resume and cover
letter to: wbarreno@ihadla.org(5/13).

Program Officer: Found Animals, Los Angeles
Found Animals seeks a skilled and motivated Program Officer to join the
team. This position reports to the Executive Director and is responsible
for all aspects of grant evaluation and management. This includes
developing and overseeing the Foundation’s efforts to increase
affordable and accessible spay/neuter of companion animals in Los
Angeles . This is a full-time exempt position with benefits. Salary is
commensurate with experience. Hours may exceed 40 hours per week and
overtime is not available. Bachelor’s degree in relevant field and at
least 2-4 years of experience required. Basic computer skills and
knowledge of MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint required; previous
experience designing, managing and/or funding grant programs preferred.
Send resume and cover letter along with salary history to:
employment@foundanimals.org(5/13).

Foundation & Government Relations Manager: City Year, Los Angeles
The Foundation & Government Relations Manager (FGRM) will work closely
with the Development Director to manage existing relationships with
foundations and identify new prospects, especially local government
grants. Part of a growing team, the Foundation and Government Grants
Manager will focus on unlocking new sources of funding for City Year Los
Angeles while maintaining excellent relationships with current
foundation donors. Must have 2-3 years experience and proven track
record of success inside nonprofit environment and working knowledge of
Los Angeles and Los Angeles Unified School District . BA/BS required.
Send resume, references, salary history, and cover letter to: Claudia
Mendoza, Human Resources Director, cylajobs@cityyear.org with “F&GR MGR”
in the subject line (5/13).

Park Events Manager: TreePeople, Beverly Hills
Responsible for: coordination of event logistics at TreePeople’s
Center for Community Forestry, the S. Mark Taper Foundation Amphitheatre
and other park sites, generating greater awareness, event attendance,
funding and volunteer support for relevant events, and implementation
of an annual events plan in accordance with the organization’s mission
and strategic objectives. This is a temporary full time position.
Minimum three years applicable work experience. Proficient in Microsoft
Office; familiarity with NonprofitForce a plus. Send resume, cover
letter, and salary history to: Jodi Toubes, Sr. Manager, Human
Resources, jtoubes@treepeople.org(5/13).

Program Assistant/Office Manager: The James Irvine Foundation, Los
Angeles

Reporting to the Senior Program Officer for California Democracy, the
Program Assistant/Office Manager has overall responsibility for the
day-to-day management of the Los Angeles office. Working from 9:00 am to
1:00 pm (and occasionally longer), provides administrative and program
support to Los Angeles and visiting Foundation staff in order to ensure
the seamless operation of the office. The Program Assistant/Office
Manager serves as the local area facilities management coordinator.
Bachelor’s degree, minimum of two years related experience of
increasing responsibility in facilities and office management, and
knowledge of business/office systems and equipment preferred. Strong
skills in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and experience with
multi-line phone systems desired. Send cover letter and resume to:
hr@irvine.org(5/13).

Administrative Assistant: Natural History Museum , Los Angeles
In providing project-specific and administrative support for three
registrars on key museum projects, responsibilities include, but are not
limited to: data entry, project research, prepare correspondence, texts,
deliverables, and other documents, coordinate meetings, attend meetings
to take notes, maintain calendar, manage emails, answer telephone,
screen calls, and take messages. Bachelor’s degree preferably with a
museum-related background required.​Museum experience is a plus.​Send
cover letter and resume with salary history to: jobs@​nhm.​orgwith the
position title in the subject line (5/13).

Receptionist: Westside Children’s Center, Culver City
This position is the first point of contact for Westside Children’s
Center’s visitors and clients. Responsible for welcoming all visitors,
clients and staff and assuring the smooth flow of operations in the
lobby and incoming agency calls. Will provide clerical support to human
resources and program support as necessary. High school diploma and
excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to harmoniously interact
with people from diverse backgrounds required. Bilingual in English and
Spanish preferred. Must have a valid driver’s license and access to
reliable transportation. No phone calls. Send resume and cover letter
to: hr@westsidechildrens.org(5/13).

Regional Executive Director: First Place for Youth, Los Angeles
First Place for Youth is seeking a Regional Executive Director to lead
the start-up and growth of the organization in the Los Angeles region.
The Regional Executive Director will take responsibility programmatic
results, staff management, fundraising, partner cultivation and public
relations. S/he will focus on developing relationships with partners
across the region including community-based organizations, government
agencies, corporations and potential funders. As the external
ambassador for First Place for Youth’s regional site and the internal
infrastructure builder, the Regional Executive Director will work in
collaboration with the organization’s senior leadership and national
office to continue to expand First Place for Youth’s impact.
Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred. Apply online
at: http://jobs.cgcareers.org/application.aspx?id=1306(4/29).

Executive Director: Peer Health Exchange, Los Angeles
The primary responsibility of the PHE Los Angeles Executive Director is
to launch and lead PHE in Los Angeles . The PHE Los Angeles Executive
Director will do this by launching and evaluating the PHE Los Angeles
Program, raising funds, managing and growing the Los Angeles Board of
Overseers, and providing fiscal and organizational oversight for the PHE
Los Angeles site. The Los Angeles Executive Director reports primarily
to the National Chief Operating Officer as well as the National
Executive Director.Has leadership experience supervising, managing, and
training others Bachelors degree required; further degree preferred.
Send resume, cover letter, and writing sample (non-fiction, 3 pages or
less) to: LAexecutivedirector@peerhealthexchange.org(4/29).

Executive Director: Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, Los
Angeles

LAHSA is a Joint-Powers Authority that is funded by the City and County
of Los Angeles . The Executive Director reports to the LAHSA Board of
Commissioners. The Executive Director manages the implementation of the
homeless services Continuum of Care, a countywide system of services
designed to support homeless people move from the streets to permanent
housing. The Executive Director works in seven sections including
administration, contracts, communications, finance, IT/Homeless
Management Information System (HMIS), policy and planning, and programs.
At least ten years of fiscal and managerial oversight experience and
five years of experience in working with a governing Commission or Board
of Directors required. Advanced degree or equivalent experience
required. Send resume, cover letter and at least three professional
references to: Keshia Douglas, Director of Administration,
kdouglas@lahsa.org(4/29).

Executive Director: North East Trees, Los Angeles
As the chief fundraiser and operating officer of NET, he or she will be
responsible for raising the necessary funds to meet programmatic goals,
as set with the Board of Directors. In addition to representing the
organization publicly and in business negotiations, the ED will lead
staff and work to enhance NET’s success within the community. Special
consideration will be given to candidates with a demonstrated commitment
to environmental protection, urban greening and/or forestry issues in
the LA area.. Must have extensive leadership experience (7 or more
years) in not-for-profit or equivalent management. B.A./B.S. required;
advanced degree highly desirable. No phone calls. Send resume and cover
letter to: jobs@northeasttrees.orgby May 8th(4/29).

Managing Director: Watts Village Theater Company, Los Angeles
The Managing Director serves as a leader within the organization and
the community at-large. The Managing Director is responsible for
generating, directing and supervising the day-to-day administrative
activities of the nonprofit arts organization. The position works in
partnership with the Artistic Director and the Board of Directors on
developing the organization¡|s long-term programmatic vision. The Board
of Directors is committed to growing the organization’s future
operating budget over $100,000.Performing arts and non-profit management
experience preferred. Bilingual (English/ Spanish) a plus. Send resume,
cover letter and 2 to 3 written samples of your work (i.e. funded grant
proposal, business letter and/ or final reports) to:
info@wattsvillagetheatercompany.com(4/29).

Associate Vice President of Campaign and Major Gifts: LACMA, Los
Angeles

Reporting to the Vice President of Development, the Associate Vice
President of Campaign and Major Gifts will serve as Campaign Manager for
LACMA’s Transformation Capital Campaign and manage the Directors of
Major Donor Groups and Major Donor Special Events to develop strategies
and improve tactics for donor solicitations, stewardship and
cultivation. S/he will work directly with the Vice President of
Development to guide the solicitation of gifts for the capital campaign
and securing annual major gift support for the museum. Bachelor’s Degree
and eight to ten years of fundraising with six- and seven-figure gifts
required. Capital and endowment campaign experience a plus. Send resume
including a list of references, and a cover letter indicating
position(s) of interest and any salary requirements, to: LACMA Human
Resources, jobs@lacma.org(4/29).

Director of Development and Philanthropy: AIDS Healthcare Foundation,
LA

The Associate Director of Development and Philanthropy will oversee all
fundraising programs for AHF, including corporate, foundation, direct
mail, individual donors, and electronic philanthropy campaigns. This
position will also be closely engaged in the planning and execution of
the annual fundraising plan for AHF and lead a staff of 6 people in the
fundraising and development department. AHF offers a comprehensive
benefits package and the position will serve as a key member of the
executive leadership team.Ideal candidates will have ten years
progressive experience in the not for profit field. A bachelor’s
degree from a four year college is preferred. Send resume and cover
letter to: careers@aidshealth.org(4/29).

Business Development Director: Healthy Child Healthy World, Los Angeles
This position requires devising the strategy to engage business
partners, expand on the initial relationships, and commercialize Healthy
Child’s services. It includes creating outreach programs to and
revenue opportunities with businesses and corporations, both to educate
them about our mission and to involve them as partners in fulfilling
that mission. The director will have P & L management and accountability for the
business channel. Experience in building a corporate business channel
from the ground up required. Send CV, cover letter, and an answer to the
following question to: careers@healthychild.org
(In 250 words or less, please describe how you would build a corporate
relationship that helped further a mission on behalf of the green
marketplace. Include past experience as relevant) (4/29).

Program Officer: The California Endowment, Los Angeles
Program Officers are the primary grant-making professionals within The
California Endowment. Program Officers are assigned to a geographic
region and work closely with community organizations, local leaders and
health officials to determine local needs and opportunities for
health-related grant making. Program Officers provide comprehensive
review and assessment of grant proposals. They help organizations
develop grant proposals, and promote grants for internal peer review.
Program Officers will provide technical assistance to applicants and
grantees and are responsible for grant monitoring. Undergraduate degree
required. An advanced degree in public health or other relevant
discipline strongly preferred. A minimum of seven to 10 years of
experience as a practitioner, funder or policy expert in the health
field is required. Send resume and cover letter to:
jobs@calendow.org(4/29).

Campaign Director: Community Counseling Service Co, LLC, Nationwide
Campaign Directors provide full-time, onsite fund-raising and
management consulting services and work collaboratively with CCS
executives and client leaders to identify, design, and implement
management and development methodologies to prepare for and conduct
successful fund-raising campaigns. Responsibilities and client
assignments depend on a proven track record of success, demonstrated
ability, and sustained initiative. Must have capital campaign or major
gifts experience as well as executives with transferable consulting,
communications, marketing, and strategic planning experience to join our
dynamic consulting team. Apply online at:
http://jobs-ccsfundraising.icims.com/jobs/1130/job(4/29).

Director of Development: After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles
ASAS seeks an experienced individual to serve as Director of
Development (DOD) in its National Office. Reporting to the CEO, the
DOD’s primary responsibilities will involve working closely with
the CEO to develop and execute the ASAS fundraising plan. The DOD will
provide advice and counsel to the ASAS chapters in their local fund
development efforts. A minimum of five years of progressively
responsible fund development experience required. An undergraduate
degree is required. CFRE certification is desirable. Must have
knowledgeable about public funding with experience researching grant
opportunities, submitting proposals and reporting results. Send cover
letter and résumé to (electronic résumés preferred): Paul M. “Chip”
Netzel, Vice President & CFO, cnetzel@netzelgrigsby.com(4/29).

Director of Development: A Better LA, Los Angeles
The Director of Development therefore must enjoy wearing many hats, be
a self-starter and very proactive. The Director must be prepared to
engage in the full range of fundraising activities, including event
planning, grant writing and directing a campaign to raise dollars from
individual and corporate donors. The Director also must be comfortable
working with a broad array of people, including for example high level
business and political leaders, police officers, ex-gang members and
foundation representatives. Minimum 5 years of direct experience
fundraising through events, foundations, corporations and individuals
required. Send resume and cover letter to: Brian Center ,
bcenter@abetterla.org(4/29).

Business Manager, Publication & Creative Services: RAND Corp, Santa
Monica

RAND’s Publications Department is seeking a Business Manager to oversee
all accounting and financial business functions. Duties and
responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Accounting
responsibilities for purchase orders, lease agreements, equipment
rentals, maintenance agreements, invoicing, etc; Responsibility for the
Publication cost center; Working with the Marketing, Customer Service,
and Distribution managers, oversee inventory of Publication documents;
Responsibility for posting all Publication procedure on the department
website; Overseeing the department’s performance review process; and
providing management oversight for the Publications document database.
BS/BA required; MBA preferred. Minimum of 3 years related experience
required. Must be a U.S.citizen. Apply online at: www.rand.org/jobsand
reference Job ID# 2340 (4/29).

Grant Writer & Manager: A World Fit for Kids, Los Angeles
Working closely with the Executive Director and Management Team, the
Grant Writer & Manager will apply for and manage grant opportunities
aligned with WFIT’s strategic initiatives. The Grant Writer & Manager
maintains the organization’s grant portfolio and assists with all
stages of the grant process – researching funding opportunities,
developing and writing grant proposals and reporting program outcomes to
funders. The grant writer also assists with other general funding
projects. Bachelor’s degree and three to five years experience working
in development for a nonprofit, academic or public institution required.
Send cover letter, resume and brief writing sample to:
info@worldfitforkids.org(4/29).

Lead Graphic Designer: Causecast, Santa Monica
The Lead Graphic Designer will be in charge of designing the website’s
front end and building out the feel of the brand offline through
marketing collateral, shwag, flyers, t-shirts and anything, everything
imaginable. S/he will work closely with the executive team, video and
marketing departments as they continue building out the Causecast brand.
The ability to work as part of the team is necessary, but must be able
to run with ideas, designs and projects individually. Excellent web
design skills required including: Typography, 2D Design,
Photography/image editing, Layout, and Presentation. BFA, Graphic Design
Degree or related field OR 2-5 years of web design/development
production experience required. Must have proficiency with CS4,
particularly Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Send a cover letter,
resume and portfolio (or equivalent) to: jobs@causecast.orgwith “lead
designer” in the subject line (4/29).

Special Projects Officer: Community Redevelopment Agency of the City,
LA

Position will perform a variety of complex management projects in
support of major CRA/LA activities which include identifying grant
funding sources; assist in the coordination of CRA/LA fiscal, budgetary,
management, and technical program activities.Must have a minimum of
three years of administrative or technical work. Experience with grant
solicitation, grant writing, or grants management of grant funded
programs is desirable. Bachelor’s degree in public administration, an
appropriate technical discipline, or a related field is preferred. A
Master’s degree is desirable. Apply online at:
http://www.crala.org/internet-site/Jobs_Contracting/jobs_available/index.cfm(4/29).

Workforce Development Coordinator: Day Laborer Organizing Network, LA
The Workforce Development Coordinator is responsible for a variety of
tasks, including but not limited to: 1.) Evaluating, developing and
implementing marketing strategies to meet worker centers’ needs; and
2.) Providing program coordination, workforce development models and
liaisons with local, regional and national allies. The Workforce
Development Coordinator reports directly to the Management Team. Must be
willing to travel and work in a variety of day labor centers throughout
the country and to work a flexible schedule and be bilingual (Spanish).
Send cover letter, resume, and three references to: Yadira Hernandez
Herrera, Director of Administration, yhernandez@ndlon.orgwith
“Workforce Development Coordinator” in the subject line (4/29).

Office Coordinator: The Ahmanson Foundation, Beverly Hills
The Office Coordinator plays a key role in maintaining efficient
Foundation operations, working closely with all Foundation staff. The
Office Coordinator provides administrative support and serves as
coordinator for grantee reporting in collaboration with Program
Officers. Bachelor’s degree and three years of support experience,
preferably in a grant making, non-profit or related institution
required. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications
(particularly Excel, Outlook and Word) as well as the Internet.
Knowledge of MicroEdge GIFTS software preferred. No phone calls. Send
cover letter and resume in Microsoft Word format to:
hr@theahmansonfoundation.org(4/29).

Web Developer/PHP Programming Assistant: Healthy City, Los Angeles
Healthy City is now seeking a highly qualified Assistant Programmer
with working knowledge and experience to help lead its online site and
various research and policy portals. This position will work directly
with Healthy City ’s Technology Manager and Technology consultants
assisting in multiple aspects of the project including the website
maintenance and design, research/technology projects, and
administration. Must have 2+ years programming experience required in
application development, high-level programming/scripting experience
(PHP, JavaScript, XML, CSS) and a B.S. in Computer Science or
Information Systems fields. Send resume & cover letter to: Lori
Thompson, lthompson@advanceproj.org(4/29).

Executive Assistant: Downtown Women’s Center, Los Angeles
DWC is seeking an energetic and highly self-motivated individual to
ensure the smooth running of the Center’s administrative offices
through effective leadership, sound judgment and impeccable
organization. This is a great opportunity to learn the inner workings of
a successful nonprofit in a loosely-structured, team-oriented
environment. This position reports directly to DWC’s Executive
Director and will also assist other key staff members and the Center’s
Board of Directors. Proficiency in MS Office and the Internet required,
IT troubleshooting experience preferred. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
2-3 years administrative experience preferred. Send cover letter and
resume to: Nui Bezaire, Executive Assistant, nuib@dwcweb.org(4/29).

Operations Assistant: KIPP LA, Los Angeles
The Operations Assistant plays a primary support role for the Director
of Operations & Planning. This position will also support the School
Operations Manager. The ideal candidate brings a passion for education
and social justice as well as experience in a fast-paced,
results-oriented, entrepreneurial environment. This is a great
opportunity for someone interested in working for a young organization
that intends to double the number of students matriculating to college
in the communities it serves. Responsibilities are divided between
compliance/oversight, human resources management, public funding,
procurement, and technology. Bachelor’s Degree required. To receive a
job application, email: hr@kippla.org(4/29).

Development Coordinator (Temporary Assignment): Chrysalis, Santa Monica
The Development Coordinator is responsible for tracking all incoming
monetary and in-kind donations as well as ongoing maintenance of donor
database (Raiser’s Edge) and donor stewardship. The Development
Coordinator also serves as the liaison to the Board of Directors and
provides occasional support to the President & CEO. Additionally, the
Development Coordinator works closely with the Development Team to
execute assigned tasks and efficiently carry out the operations of the
development department. Must have strong Raiser’s Edge and Microsoft
Office skills & experience working with executives. This is a full-time
temporary assignment scheduled to last from approx May 11th-September
25th. No phone calls. Send resume and cover letter to:
JobsDT@changelives.orgwith “Development Coordinator” in the
subject line (4/29).

Collections Management Internship: Getty Museum , Los Angeles
Open to exceptional first or second year graduate students in Museum
Studies, or closely related fields of study. Offered for 10-12 weeks and
requires a minimum commitment of 15 hours per week. The internship will
be structured to benefit the student and the institution. May be
arranged for credit with approval of academic advisor.Interest to pursue
a career in the museum field. Duties include: learn to operate the
museum’s collection management system: enter and edit data according
to established guidelines; implement basic preventive conservation
measures for storage; and general office tasks as assigned. Good
computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel required. Send
transcript (unofficial is fine), cover letter (indicate your available
start date), resume, and two references to:
Curatorial@grammymuseum.org(4/29).

The Court of Public Opinion

  • RevSisRaedorah

    Thanks! Keep them coming!