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Non Profit Job List Updated: April 29th, 2009 Please do NOT post this list anywhere online

without express prior written permission. 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.org by May 8th (4/29). 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). Managing Director: Watts Village Theater Company, Los Angeles The Managing Director serves as a leader within the organization and the community atlarge. 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).

Communications Director: Campaign for College Opportunity, Los Angeles The Communications Director will be responsible for planning, initiating, and managing the strategic communications efforts for an unprecedented, statewide, bi-partisan coalition that seeks to ensure a college education for millions of California students and a healthy economic future for the state. This reports directly to the Executive Director of the Campaign. A Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, public policy, education, or a related field and a minimum of 7 years of relevant work experience required. Send cover letter, one writing sample and resume to: Denise Lassalle, Administrative Manager, denise@collegecampaign.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://jobsccsfundraising.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/jobs and 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, tshirts 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.org with “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.org with “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 fastpaced, 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 inkind 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 11thSeptember 25th. No phone calls. Send resume and cover letter to: JobsDT@changelives.org with “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). Executive Director: Los Angeles Coalition to End Hunger & Homelessness, LA The Executive Director will: Assure that the organization has a long-range strategy which achieves its mission; Provide leadership in developing high quality program, organizational and financial plans with the Board of Directors, and carry out policies authorized by the Board; Establish positive working relationships and coalitional arrangements with organizations; Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field; Jointly, with the president and secretary of the Board, conduct official correspondence of the organization, and, with designated officers, execute legal documents. Minimum 10 years of work experience and at least five years of management experience required. Proven fundraising success with individual, corporate, and foundation giving and proven track record in management required. To apply send cover letter and resume to: Grace Dyrness, grace@lacehh.org. No phone calls (4/15). Executive Director: La Plaza de Cultura y Artes, Los Angeles LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes is seeking an experienced professional to serve as Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer. This individual will provide leadership and direction for all operations and activities of the Center. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will implement the strategic goals and objectives of the organization; work with the Chair to enable the Board to fulfill its governance functions; and will give directions and leadership toward the achievement of the organization’s philosophy, mission, strategy and objectives. Must have proven leadership skills developed through at least ten (10) years in senior management positions, experience in long-term strategic and business planning, and demonstrated experience in capital project financial planning. A Bachelors degree is required; an MBA or advanced degree is desirable. Send resume and cover letter to: Julie Stiller, Senior Associate, jstiller@dhrinternational.com (4/15). Executive Director: Peace Games, Los Angeles The position builds from a base of existing assets, including a solid plan and evolving partnership with USC, a growing group of supporters, a strong track record with a few schools, an experienced program director to manage day-to-day operations in the schools, and strong fundraising and program expertise in their Boston-based national office. The successful expansion of the Peace Games program in LA will also require a candidate with the drive and energy it takes to succeed in a start-up environment, as the new Executive Director will be building an entirely new infrastructure, including a new Board of Directors and a fundraising community. Must have 5 to 7 years experience launching or expanding a social service or social change program, 5 to 7 years experience soliciting donations, grants, or earned income and an advanced degree in a related field. Send cover letter and resume to: Molly Brennan, executivesearch@koyaconsulting.com (4/15).

Consultant: Grenzebach Glier and Associates, Nationwide Maintaining a portfolio that averages 10-12 clients at any given time, he/she will take a very hands-on approach to consulting and focus on ultimately providing individualized, long-term sustainable solutions to each client. Must have the ability to apply a rigorous and analytical approach to client situations and can identify solutions that are grounded in evidence and experience. 15 or more years of direct fundraising experience with exposure to campaign planning and implementation is required in addition to a successful track record working with top organizational leadership and volunteers. Send resume to: Jill Lasman, Vice President, Lois L. Lindauer Searches, jlasman@lllsearches.com (4/15). Director of Development of Foundation Relations: City of Hope Medical Center, LA The Director of Development will help secure funding from independent foundations. Responsibilities include: identifying donors who represent City of Hope’s foundations interest; developing grant proposals to obtain funding from grant making organizations, including private and corporate foundations; implementing appropriate follow-up reporting; and working with City of Hope faculty and staff to further City of Hope’s fund-raising priorities. Must understand the nature of foundation programs and the relevant administrative, legal, and financial regulations. Bachelor’s degree required preferably in biological or health sciences; advanced degree preferred. Must have 5 years in grant development and/or administration or relevant education or experience. Send resume and cover letter to: dderamus@coh.org with “Director of Development, Foundation Relations” in the subject line (4/15). Director of Development: March of Dimes, Los Angeles Direct and oversee all Division fundraising efforts and activities to meet budgeted financial goals and to recruit and develop necessary volunteers and staff, organizations, and associations to implement fundraising activities. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Must have a strong demonstrated experience in fundraising and high-level volunteer recruitment (WalkAmerica or equivalent experience a plus). Experience in event planning, corporate sponsorship recruitment, and budgeting required. For more information please visit www.marchofdimes.com. Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to: CaliforniaJobs@marchofdimes.com with "Director of Development, Los Angeles" in the subject line (4/15). Director of Development: Cal Arts (Office of Advancement), Los Angeles Reporting to the Executive Director of Development, the Director of Development will have responsibility for cultivating a portfolio of individual prospects for gifts to the California Institute of the Arts as well as working closely with colleagues who work with corporate and foundation partners on solicitation strategies for select prospects. The Director of Development will serve a vital role in deepening the pipeline of individual

prospects for specific schools and special programs at CalArts. The Director will have the chance to work with a team of advancement professionals. A minimum of five years of major gifts experience with demonstrated accomplishment in the acquisition of gifts from individuals and experience and/or interest in contemporary art forms across the disciplines, especially in the visual arts required. Bachelor’s degree required. Send resume and cover letter to: bkramer@calarts.edu (4/15). 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. Furthermore, 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 a proven track record of developing relationships with funders. Apply online at: www.netzelgrigsby.com/employment (4/15). Director of Development and Alumni Affairs: John Thomas Dye School, LA Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of Development and Alumni Affairs will be responsible for the overall fundraising efforts of the school in conjunction with the Head of School and Board of Trustees. Specifically, he or she will provide leadership for the current $20 million dollar capital campaign which to date has raised $7 million in the quiet phase, oversee the day-to-day activities of the Development Office including data management, records maintenance, research, annual fund campaigns, alumni relations, event planning, publication of the alumni newsletter and support to the Parents’ Association. The qualified candidate will possess a Bachelor’s degree and at least five years of experience in fundraising and development and be proficient in Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge. Send resume and cover letter to: Raymond R. Michaud, Jr. Headmaster rmichaud@jtdschool.com (4/15). Managing Director: Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena Reporting to the Board of Directors and in partnership with the Artistic Director, the Managing Director will be charged with leading an effective, comprehensive, and integrated management of the Pasadena Playhouse as it moves into the next phase of its journey. The Managing Director will be one of the organization's chief spokespeople with the Pasadena Playhouse's mission, vision and values as a guide in representing it to many constituencies, both internal and external, throughout the community. The scope of responsibility will include fund development, long-range planning, audience development, external and community relations, and the overall operational, financial and administrative management of the Playhouse. Qualified applicants must have a bachelor's degree with a master's degree strongly preferred. A minimum of 8-10 years of related senior management experience with a successful track record in best business practices

and knowledge of theater nationally. Cover letter and resume to: Mr. Bruce D. Thibodeau, President, pasadenaplayhouse@artsconsulting.com (4/15). Project Manager: Restore Neighborhoods LA, Inc., Los Angeles The Project Manager will participate in RNLA’s development process from acquisition of scatter site foreclosed properties, through rehabilitation, to ultimate sale to low and moderate income homebuyers. The Project Manager will work closely with RNLA’s Construction Manager(s) and Accountant to monitor programmatic and construction spending; timeliness of the acquisition, rehab and sales processes; and the selection of consultants and contractors. A bachelor’s degree in business administration, project management or comparable field is required with 5-10 years of work experience in housing or community development or property management. A graduate degree in a related field may substitute for two years of work experience. Experience in housing finance, affordable housing development or construction is preferred. Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: RNLA@aol.com (4/15). Program Officer of School-Based Initiatives: Youth Policy Institute, Los Angeles The primary responsibility of the Program Officer is to ensure that key YPI school-based programs (Afterschool Programs, AmeriCorps, Carol White Physical Education) are effectively implemented in accordance with all grant requirements and the mission of YPI. Must have 7 - 10 years of management-level experience operating one or more programs in a non-profit environment; successfully grant experience; have supervised a minimum of 10 full-time staff-level positions; be bi-lingual (English/Spanish); and have a Bachelor’s (minimum) or Master’s (preferred) in a relevant course of study. Complete description at: www.ypiusa.org/EmploymentOpportunities.asp. Send resume, cover letter, five professional references and salary history and requirements to: Youth Policy Institute, Attn: Program Officer Search Committee, 634 S. Spring Street – 10th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90014 (4/15). Deputy Director: Community Career Development, Inc., Los Angeles Committed to local economic development, CCD seeks highly qualified candidate with BA plus five years experience in managerial capacity to lead, manage and oversee operations. Candidate will hire, supervise and evaluate staff, administer WIA and other grant funded programs, maintain collaborative partnerships, implement strategies, ensure compliance with contractual goals, participate in strategic planning process, attend Board meetings and report to Executive Director. Must possess excellent customer service, written and verbal communication skills and demonstrate ability to meet deadlines under pressure. Send resume and cover letter to: Ramona Hyrny, rhyrny@communitycareer.org (4/15). Product Manager of Consumer Applications: Kiva, San Francisco Kiva is seeking a seasoned Product Manager to guide the lender experience of the world's leading micro-lending marketplace. Must have repeated, demonstrable experience

delivering consumer internet products with the following attributes: Viral user growth through referrals and network effects; Online communities that keep users engaged; and E-commerce transactions (checkout flows, conversion rates, and merchandising). Proven ability to get quality products to market and 3-7 years product management experience required. Must have experience in an agile software development environment, with rapid feedback loops and quick release cycles. Four-year degree in a technical field preferred. No phone calls. Send resume and cover letter to: jobs@kiva.org with “Product Manager, Consumer Applications” in the subject line (4/15). Director of Child Development Programs: Junior Blind of America, Los Angeles The primary purpose of this job position is to: Provide direction of the Child Development Programs by overseeing direct service delivery to all referred home-based students; Assist students in accessing appropriate resources; Network with community agencies to ensure comprehensive service delivery; and Supervise home-based staff and any interns and volunteers involved in the program. Masters Degree in Special Education or related field required; Visual Impairment Credential a plus. At least three (3) years experience working with infants (birth to six years of age) who are disabled and knowledge of resources and parent support services available on a local and state level required. Send resume and cover letter to: hrdept@juniorblind.org with “Director of Child Development Programs” in the subject line (4/15). Program Director: Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities, Los Angeles Reporting to the Senior Program Director, the Program Director provides leadership to the local Los Angeles staff and oversees all aspects of Bridges in the market including budget and business plan development, local grant development and fundraising, human resources, program execution, and partner relationships. The preferred candidate will have five years of progressive experience in a related field with at least three years at a supervisory level; proven success in supervision and leadership familiarity and ability to work effectively with the human service sector, especially in the areas of disability, school to work transition, and youth and job development; and experience in developing funding streams from various desirable sources. Four-year college degree or equivalent qualifying work experience required. Apply online at: www.marriott.com/careers; click on detailed search and put in requisition #556303 (4/15). Major Gifts Officer: Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, Los Angeles Responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major gift prospects and donors. Manage the process of acquiring, renewing and upgrading major donors on an annual giving cycle. Work with and support Senior Major Gifts Officers in developing significant major and leadership gifts. Demonstrable professionalism dealing with high-end board members and volunteers. Strong organizational and strategic planning skills and ability to effectively multi-task and meet deadlines. 3+ years development experience with at least 1 year in major gifts required. No phone calls. Send cover letter and resume to: applicant@laphil.org (4/15).

Program Officer: Enterprise Community Partners, Inc., Los Angeles The Program Officer will deliver resources and technical assistance to community-based organizations (CBOs) and public agencies with a special focus on promoting the greening of affordable housing, primarily in Los Angeles but also throughout Southern California. The Program Officer will coordinate internally and externally to identify community and organizational needs and develop/implement programmatic work plans. Bachelor’s degree and at least four (4) years of relevant work experience. Demonstrated knowledge in the areas of environmental sustainability and/or energy efficiency in relation to affordable housing desired required. Must have expertise in one or more of the following areas: training and technical assistance; program design and delivery; grants management. Apply online at: http://careers.enterprisecommunity.org/ (4/15). Manager of Alumnae Relations: Girl Scouts, Santa Monica/Downtown LA The position will initially be located in Santa Monica but relocated to our new HQ in Downtown Los Angeles midyear. Duties include: Develop, coordinate and implement all strategies for the establishment of a robust Alumnae Association; working closely with the Director of Development, this position will be expected to personally move prospects along the giving path with timely identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. BA/BS required; masters preferred. Minimum of 3-5 years of progressively responsible experience in development and alumnae relations required. Knowledge of planned giving a plus. Must be willing to join the Girl Scouts and able to pass a full background check. Send resume with salary requirements to: careers@girlscoutsla.org with “Alumnae” in subject line. (4/15). Associate Manager of Fundraising: American Diabetes Association, Los Angeles This position will be responsible for the coordination of Step Out for Diabetes Walk special events within the Greater Los Angeles markets. This person is responsible for achieving fund-raising goals related to the walks in the Corporate/Family Community. The Step Out event of primary responsibility is currently a $140,000 event. Expectations for the new incumbent will grow this event to over $250,000 dollars in the next 2-3 years. This is primarily a fundraising position. Bachelor's degree and four to five years successful track record of managing required. Knowledge of walk/pledge special events a plus and demonstrated sales experience strongly preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (donor contact database knowledge a plus) required. Apply online at: http://ada.hodesiq.com/apply_online_1.asp?jobid=1484257&emid=2659 (4/15). Foundation Relations Manager: The Saban Free Clinic, Los Angeles Oversee all aspects of foundation funding, including the identification of funding opportunities; formulation, preparation, submission and tracking of grant requests. Track and generate required reports on grants received. Ensure that new foundations contacts are cultivated and existing contacts are maintained by managing relationships efficiently

with foundation funders. Position includes the direct solicitation of government, public and private funds and the direct supervision of the Grant Writer position. Bachelor’s degree in English or related field preferred. Prior experience in government and foundations grants management. Send resume/salary history/cover letter to: diacino@thesabanfreeclinic.org (4/15). Case Manager: PROTOTYPES Domestic Violence Programs, Los Angeles As a member of the PROTOTYPES Domestic Violence Program, the Case Manager will provide direct services, education, information and referrals. S/he will provide domestic violence and drug abuse counseling, support services, information and referrals; cofacilitate and/ or conduct open groups, structured closed groups and individual counseling to residents; and document information on each client, maintain written records and reports. Bachelor’s degree and/or four years’ experience and three years experience working with substance using populations, women and/ or domestic violence required. Must have knowledge of mental health services and experience and/or knowledge of case management processes. Bilingual/Spanish speakers are encouraged to apply. Send your cover letter and resume to: rsen@prototypes.org (4/15). Software Engineer: Kiva, San Francisco Responsibilities include: build new functionality for our website; collaborate with business owners and other engineers to find solutions; write efficient and maintainable code; testing (both manual and automated test suites); participate in design process, prototype new functionality; and anything else that Kiva needs to get done. Must have 13 years experience in web development (Java/Perl/Python/Ruby), PHP preferred. Must know SQL and be familiar with MySQL. Experience with full LAMP stack, MVC frameworks and agile development processes required. BS in Computer Science or related field required. Send resume and cover letter to: jobs@kiva.org with “Software Engineer” in the subject line (4/15). Volunteer Coordinator: The Saban Free Clinic, Los Angeles Responsible for the recruitment, selection, placement, orientation, training, and recognition of the Clinic’s volunteers. Works directly with managers to identify volunteer recruitment and placement. Maintain a comprehensive volunteer program including associated record keeping. Analyze volunteer trends and long-term needs. Oversee/Coordinate interns/externs programs with various affiliated institutions. Assist Special Events Work Unit with events coordination and planning. Must have the equivalency of education and experience of a Bachelor's degree in communications, social work, community organization or related human service field highly preferred. Minimum 2 years experience in a similar position. Send resume/salary history/cover letter to: diacino@thesabanfreeclinic.org (4/15). Community Outreach: Coalition for Economic Survival of Los Angeles, LA

The Los Angeles area has one of the most severe housing crisis in the nation. Landlords, in efforts to obtain more profit and higher rents at minimum cost, are constantly attempting to illegally evict tenants, refusing to make needed repairs, converting and destroying affordable housing, and opting out of federal rent subsidy programs. The tenant organizer will identify organizing situations and tenant leaders, and develop tenant associations, campaigns and other efforts to preserve affordable housing and secure tenants' rights. Must be able to communicate in Spanish. A valid driver's license, insurance and a dependable car is a must. Knowledge of landlord/tenant law and housing issues and financing and experience in community activism required. Send resume and cover letter to: contactces@earthlink.net (4/15). Development Assistant: Lynne Cohen Foundation for Ovarian Cancer, Los Angeles This is an excellent position for a skilled individual who is interested in a career in Development with a background in Business, Marketing and Administration. Key responsibilities: Maintenance of fund raising database (eTapestry knowledge preferred); Including gift entry, processing event registration, managing constituent records; Generate all correspondence, including donor acknowledgement letters and event related correspondence; Generate weekly donation reports; General administrative; Pick up mail at Post Office in Santa Monica weekly; and Support Director of Special Events, all aspects of event planning. This position has great growth potential. Minimum 2 years office experience, non-profit sector preferred. Must be efficient and detail orientated. No phone calls. Send cover letter and resume by email to: jobs@lcfocr.org (4/15). Grants Administrator (part time): Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA), Los Angeles A member of the development team, the Grants Administrator is primarily responsible for the ongoing solicitation of institutional private and government funders. Additionally, the Grants Administrator will work with the Development Director to produce fundraising and communications materials as needed. This position supervises the daily workload of the Grants Assistant. The Grants Administrator reports to the Development Director and will participate as a member of the development team to implement strategies to meet the organization’s fiscal objectives. Must have 2 or more years of grant writing experience, working knowledge of foundation and government grant tracking and compliance issues, and 2 or more years of fundraising and/or communications experience. Bachelors degree or higher required. Send resume and cover letter to: rclark@heartofla.org (4/15). If you would like to be added to the mailing list please send an email with your Name, Company, Title, and Email to: UTAFoundation@unitedtalent.com Find a job off the list? Let us know: UTAFoundation@unitedtalent.com NOTE: The UTA Job List is intended for the personal use of its recipients. Mass forwarding or redistribution of this email and/or posting of this list or any information derived from the list on any web site or message board in its entirety or in part without

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