The Chesapeake Bay Funders Network (CBFN) is committed to achieving clean water throughout the Chesapeake watershed. The Executive Director will be a full partner with CBFN’s leadership in developing and executing strategic priorities, including developing and implementing plans for long-‐term financial stability and growth of the network. Along with an Administrative Associate, the Executive Director will manage all CBFN operations and program activities.
Full job description is posted on their website.
DEADLINE: December 20, 2013
The Responsible Endowments Coalition (REC) seeks a full time Executive Director. This position is a unique opportunity to lead an established and growing organization committed to creating social change through investment decisions.
REC works for social change and corporate accountability through university endowments. Colleges and universities control over $400 billion in capital and lay claim to strong social missions, yet few have embraced responsible investments. By introducing students, alumni, faculty and staff to the tools of active ownership and providing a national network for collective action, REC fills a unique niche in the corporate responsibility movement. Working with their institutions to invest responsibly and proactively, students and other university members have the power to support corporate reform in areas such as human rights, environmental justice, and equal opportunity, and to encourage accountability to the communities in which they live and learn by supporting community development and participation.
UFI is looking for an Executive Director to spearhead their fund development and take on managerial responsibilities. The Urban Farming Institute (UFI) is a two-year old nonprofit operating under the fiscal sponsorship of New Ecology Inc. It was created to respond to challenges faced by individuals and groups who would like to create an urban farming business. UFI offers education on the economic, social and health benefits of urban farms and trains individuals to become farmers. It is UFI’s mission to create the best partnerships between long term land owners, neighborhood residents and individual farmers. UFI has: 1) organized its first Urban Farming Conference in the spring 0f 2013 with over 300 attendees and is currently planning the 2nd; 2) advised the City (on Article 89) and the State on policy and legislation supporting urban farming; and 3) has developed a classroom farming curriculum and partnered with other collaborators to graduating 7 from this Urban Farming Training Program. Check us out online.
Deadline: Dec. 1st, 2013
HEET (Home Energy Efficiency Team) is an award-winning nonprofit that fights climate change through teaching hands-on practical skills in energy efficiency while performing “energy upgrades” in the buildings of nonprofits. HEET also implements other energy-efficiency and renewable-energy programs in the greater Boston area.
HEET is seeking a 25-hour-per-week Executive Director to run and grow the organization. The Executive Director raises funds, manages staff, reports to the Board of Directors, and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives.
The Director will work remotely and have flexible hours, but live in or near Cambridge, MA. The job will include occasional weekend events. The Director should love people and learning, and be highly driven to cut carbon emissions.
Needed skills: proven fundraiser/grant-writer, excellent writing and speaking skills, experience with managing, hiring staff, and managing budgets, energy efficiency knowledge and a comfort with a diverse range of stakeholders
General competency with office software, including Quickbooks, PowerPoint, Excel preferred. Prior experience in a nonprofit is a plus.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Contact HEET.Cambridge@gmail.com with resume, references and writing sample.
We are continuing our search for an Executive Director. We seek an experienced leader and manager, passionate about bicycle/pedestrian advocacy, for our 12 year-round and many seasonal employees, 12-member Board, 1,200 area members and 300 annual volunteers. Our member-supported organization is flourishing as we expand popular initiatives such as Bicycle Recycle Vermont, complete streets & trails advocacy, Bike Ferry service, youth safety education, Trailside Center, the Safe Streets Collaborative and a myriad of outreach activities. Review of applications is ongoing; several will be selected for interviews in mid-October. Click here for the Executive Director position description and application information.