JOB BOARD

View jobs from partner organizations and apply directly on their site via the links provided below.

director OF DEVLEOPMENT

Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer as a key member of the organization’s senior staff cabinet, the Director of Development leads the organization’s fundraising and grants administration efforts that generate more than $6 million annually. As the chief fundraiser for Heal the Bay, the Director of Development conducts ongoing communications with major donors, foundation program officers, public sector agencies, and senior corporate officers to sustain and grow contributions from these partners.
The Director of Development is expected to be an effective public ambassador for Heal the Bay, and will address diverse audiences in a wide variety of settings on behalf of the organization. The Director of Development will coordinate major donor appeal meetings and foundation site visits, often in concert with institutional representatives, including board members, the Chief Executive Officer, or other senior staff. Heal the Bay plans to carry out a capital campaign to build a new aquarium at the Santa Monica Pier. The Director of Development will be the primary internal coordinator of activities carried out by the capital campaign consultants and
the campaign fundraising committee. 

Heal the Bay | Santa Monica, CA

Posted: September 22, 2022

Executive director

The Osteopathic Medical Board of California (Board) is looking for a talented and exceptional Executive Director to take the helm of a high performing team to support and carryout the mission of the Board. The Executive Director is responsible for carrying out the policies of the nine-member Board and for planning, organizing and directing the activities of the Board in the areas of administration, enforcement, licensing, policy development and implementation, and legislation. The Executive Director maintains and enforces the overall policies established by the Board relating to Board programs, under the authority of the Osteopathic Act and Business and Professions Code sections 2400 et. seq. The position requires a dynamic leader with demonstrated executive-level experience who can exhibit strong interpersonal and mentoring skills, including promoting a high-performance culture where employees are motivated and enabled to perform to their greatest potential. The Executive Director is appointed by the Board and serves at its pleasure. The Executive Director position is exempt from civil service and is located in Sacramento, California. Starting salary and raises are subject to approval from the Business, Consumer Services and Housing Agency and the California Department of Human Resources.

Osteopathic Medical Board of California| Sacramento, CA

Posted: September 9, 2022

Program manager

Are you a leader who wants to devote your day to connecting Latinx families with children with disabilities to more services? This new role at PHP will focus on reaching and delivering services to the Latinx community primarily through in-person locations in East San Jose, Valley Medical Center, and South County communities which traditionally are underserved and experience high levels of disparity in the services their children receive. Oversees all functioning and productivity of the program team. Responsible for supervision of program team, quality assurance, data collection, reporting, budget management, team performance as well as targeted outreach to the LatinX community. Works with Program Director to carry out strategic department and agency goals. Reports to the Program Director.

Parents Helping Parents | San Jose, CA

Posted: September 7, 2022

Policy Director, Early childhod development (ECD)

The Children's Partnership (TCP) seeks a highly-skilled and self-motivated child health equity champion to serve as Policy Director, Early Childhood Development (ECD). The ECD Policy Director serves as a key leader on the policy team and will direct a number of TCP’s high-priority policy areas, research, and advocacy initiatives related to early childhood development. This position will serve as the organizational lead on issues impacting young children of color ages 0-5 and their families. In addition, s/he/they will serve as TCP’s strategic lead on evaluating TCP’s emerging issues related to early childhood development in California and nationally.

The Children's Partnership | Los Angeles, CA

Posted: August 31, 2022

Campaign Director

Green For All | Bay Area

The Green For All, a program of Dream.Org, is seeking an experienced policy campaign strategist, advocate, and coalition-builder to lead our Common Ground Campaign to advance bipartisan climate legislation that benefits the working class and communities of color. Under the supervision of the Green for All National Director, the Campaign Director will cultivate and manage a coalition of Common Ground strategic partnerships, manage and lead a team of campaign staff to advance policy campaigns in multiple states, help secure funding for their program activities, manage a campaign budget, drive execution to meet key performance benchmarks, and provide regular reporting and evaluation on their team’s activities for both internal and external audiences. The Campaign Director may also represent the campaign and the Green For All program at events and in news media, as needed.

 

Posted: August 16, 2022

Manager, Governance

Alliance College-Ready Public Schools | Los Angeles, CA

The Manager of Governance will report to the Director, Advocacy and Stakeholder Relations, and will work with both internal stakeholders at school sites and the Home Office and external stakeholders, including Alliance Governing Board Members and School Site Advisory Councils. In this highly visible role, the Manager of Governance will work with stakeholders to ensure compliance with the Brown Act and other state and local transparency laws, and foster authentic stakeholder engagement in the governance of all Alliance College-Ready Public Schools.

Posted: August 2, 2022

Senior Officer Development

AltaMed | Los Angeles, CA

This position is responsible for the creation and implementation of fundraising plans by researching, cultivating and securing major gifts from individual and/or corporate donors. Primary duties include creating, implementing fundraising plans and achieving set fundraising goals by cultivating and securing individual and/or corporate gifts at the 5k level or above. Manages communications and collateral materials as they relate to individual and/or corporate giving. Cultivate new and current individual and/or corporate donors.

Posted: July 27, 2022

Director of Fund Development

Cesar Chavez Foundation | Keene, CA

The Director of Fund Development reports to the Executive Director of the NCC. In conjunction with the NCC Board and fund development staff, the Executive Director of the NCC establishes annual fund development goals and multi-year capital campaign goals. The Director of Fund Development carries the primary responsibility of ensuring fundraising goals for the NCC are met. To that end, the Director of Fund Development is responsible for securing sponsorships for NCC events, identifying and submitting grants and developing and implementing donation strategies, among other fund development related functions.

Posted: July 21, 2022

Deputy Director, Departmental Operations- Economic Development & Government Affairs

County of San Diego | San Diego, CA

This unclassified position reports to the Director, and is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing economic
development functions and goals throughout San Diego County’s unincorporated areas. The position will work in
partnership with regional, sub-regional, and local development organizations, as well as city-level economic staff to
coordinate broad-based initiatives and provide coordinated support to businesses, various county departments, and
partners. The position will oversee staff in the area of economic development, grants, arts and culture, and
administrative support.

Posted: July 8, 2022

Deputy Director of Communications

The Office of Supervisor Nora Vargas | San Diego, CA

The Office of Supervisor Nora Vargas, Vice Chair of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, is expanding its team and seeking an experienced communications professional for the position of Deputy Director of Communications. The ideal candidate should be a strong writer and editor as primary duties will include writing as well as creating and managing content for all digital
communication initiatives. The Deputy Director of Communications will report directly to the Director of Communications. 

Posted: July 7, 2022

Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs

The Office of Supervisor Nora Vargas | San Diego, CA

The Office of Supervisor Nora Vargas, Vice Chair of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, is seeking an experienced and innovative Director of Public Policy and Legislative Affairs to lead the Policy and Legislative Team. The Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs will be responsible for advancing the vision and mission of Supervisor Vargas by directing strategy and representing the districts’ public policy and legislative initiatives with governmental representatives, regulatory authorities, stakeholders, and other partners.

Posted: July 7, 2022

program coordinator

Community Health Partnership | San Jose, CA

CHP is seeking a Program Coordinator III (PCIII) to support the Community Engagement team and to create and advance community-driven solutions for the COVID-19 recovery response by engaging the community. Under the guidance of the Deputy Director, the PCIII will manage the successful design, planning, and implementation of community engagement efforts. The PCIII will play a critical role in building relationships with our network of community health centers, community health workers, elected officials, and community-based organizations. In addition, the PCIII will closely manage the recovery response government contracts to ensure compliance. This position reports to the Deputy Director of Community Engagement and is based in San Jose, California.

Posted: June 23, 2022

Deputy Director, Marketing

Covered California | Sacramento, CA

The Deputy Director, Marketing provides executive leadership and policy guidance on a wide range of administrative, technical marketing and demographic research efforts to ensure Covered California achieves and maintains its individual and small business enrollment goals.  The Deputy Director oversees development, implementation and evaluation of marketing efforts, consumer research and programs that advance and support Covered California.  The incumbent will work in close collaboration with Covered California’s executive team, other state departments, representatives of Federal Government, the Legislature, and other stakeholders.

Posted: June 22, 2022

Director, Donor Experience & Philanthropy Communications

AltaMed | Los Angeles, CA

The Director for Donor Experience and Philanthropy Communications reports directly to the Vice President of Development and manages three core functions: Donor Experience, Philanthropy Marketing and Communications, and Transformational Philanthropy and Campaign Communications. The Director will be responsible for developing a comprehensive donor experience platform, using consumer-branding- marketing and journey mapping strategies, and coordinating these strategies within an integrated philanthropy communications platform.

Posted: July 27, 2022

internship BOARD

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Developing Emerging Leaders in Talent and Agriculture (DELTA)Internship

Corteva Agriscience 

 

Corteva aspires to boldly embrace the power of inclusion, diversity, and equity (ID&E) to enrich the lives of our employees and strengthen the performance of our company, while advancing equity in agriculture.  Join Corteva Agriscience R&D to learn more about a career in agriculture through Developing Emerging Leaders and Talent in Agriculture (DELTA). Corteva DELTA is a program to encourage diverse talent to apply their skills and knowledge toward sustainable and reliable food production

Posted:  June 1, 2022