January 27, 2015

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The Philanthropy Journal’s Job Marketplace helps you reach qualified nonprofit professionals in fields such as fundraising, communications, management and development.

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Posting your nonprofit job with the Philanthropy Journal is an easy, cost-effective way to fill your current job vacancies.

  • Standard job postings - $175
  • Premium job postings - $225

Job posting features
Nonprofit job postings will run on our website for 30 days. All postings are optimized for search engines. Your nonprofit job will be posted on our site within one business day. Job postings may be targeted by:

  • Geographic location
  • Category (such as Director of Development, Program Officer, Administrative Officer)
  • Field of interest (such as health, education, social services, environment, social change, religion, technology, arts & culture, public policy)
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Focus on Human Resources

  • Patti Gillenwater, CEO of Elinvar, shows how intentionally building your board will ensure the sustainability of your nonprofit and the engagement of your board members.
  • Nonprofits are experiencing increasing CEO transitions as a result of retirement, resignations for other opportunities and board-prompted departures. Elinvar says, despite these challenges, nonprofits boards can follow a series of steps to fill the leadership spot that applies to all situations.
  • Service learning is a teaching and learning strategy that “integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, teach civic responsibility and strengthen communities.” Today, it has reached classrooms from kindergarten through college and beyond. But it got off the ground in the early ‘90s, which means that Millennials and service learning came of age together.

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