In this role, you will be responsible for a portfolio of current and prospective major donors ($10,000+/year) and deepening their engagement with Second Harvest Food Bank. Your relationship building skills and comfort with soliciting large gifts will lead you to meet and exceed annual revenue targets to help the Individual Philanthropy team achieve the overall fundraising goal.
To organize, plan, and assist in the management of HEART’s affordable housing development loan fund; to assist in supervising and coordinating current and long-range programs; other program and management related tasks as required.
To conduct primary and secondary research; interpret, manage, and analyze housing and construction data to inform affordable housing investment decisions; to assist and support senior staff making investments in affordable housing developments; to assist in the administration of a first-time homebuyer loan program; to assist in the administrative work of the organization; other related work as required.
The Health Education Specialist is primarily responsible for delivering our Puberty Talk and Teen Talk sexual health curricula to 5th through 12th-grade students in public schools, private schools, community programs, and juvenile detention facilities, primarily in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.
The Administrator will work closely with and under the supervision of the Executive Director in our San Mateo office. He/she is responsible for maintaining an organized and efficient office for SSMC and performing the day-to-day clerical duties. This position is a great opportunity for anyone looking to advance their career in the sustainability field in a professional, well respected nonprofit.
The Campaign Fellow is a professional-level, full-time, temporary position from August 6 through November 16. This position will be located at UWBA's worksites in San Francisco or San Jose, coordinating the management of corporate giving campaigns and frequently conducting public presentations throughout the Bay Area.
The Executive Director will oversee the total operation for a $8.5MM branch, including: board development, fundraising including annual giving and sustaining development, volunteer and community relations, staff supervision, program development and operations, and fiscal management. Directs and manages the plans, finances, programs, activities, and staff. Directs the Branch towards the achievement of its operating plan.
Potrero Kids seeks a Head of School who will be responsible for leading the organization, understanding its culture, sustaining its reputation and maintaining its collaborative spirit while growing the organization to meet the needs of the future.