The Philanthropy Career Center features professional opportunities in the field, both nationally and in Iowa. If you are an employer and wish to post a job opening, contact us. Please note that ICoF members and Regional Association colleagues can post job announcements free of charge and non-members can post 90-day job announcements for $100.
Volunteer Iowa – Volunteer Promotion Coordinator
Des Moines, IA | Full-Time
The Volunteer Promotion Coordinator leads the Community Volunteer recognition and promotion programs and initiatives for the commission including the Governor’s Volunteer Awards, Iowa Volunteer Hall of Fame, Iowa Nonprofit Summit and state agency volunteer efforts. This position also helps coordinate internal volunteer management, and board activities and technology for the commission. For the full position description and to apply, visit here. Position closes on 2/17/2020 at midnight.
Family, Inc. – Director of Literacy Initiatives
Council Bluffs, IA | Full-Time
Everyday FAMILY, Inc.’s mission driven employees set out to ensure all children learn, grow, and develop to realize their full potential. Our team does this by empowering families to build a strong foundation and healthy future through education, advocacy, support, and community connection. Are you looking to be an important part of making a difference in your community?
As the Director of Literacy Initiatives, you’ll enjoy a competitive compensation and benefits package while being a part of our senior management team. You’ll use your early literacy and early childhood development background to provide strategic leadership for the Council Bluffs and Pottawattamie County-Raise Me to Read program.
The Raise Me to Read program is a part of the National Campaign for Grade-Level Reading; the goal of which is to ensure children reach the crucial developmental milestone of reading on-grade level by the end of third grade, ultimately disrupting generational poverty.
FAMILY, Inc is growing! If you’re looking for an organization with strong cultural values and a commitment to empowering families, its community and its employees, apply here.
Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation – Program Officer
Cedar Rapids, IA | Full-Time
The Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation is accepting applications for the position of Program Officer.
The Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation improves the quality of life for all in Linn County, Iowa by promoting charitable giving, connecting donors to the causes they care about, strengthening nonprofits through grants and support, and providing leadership on community issues that involve charitable giving.
The Program Officer will be part of the grants team at the Community Foundation, working with a team of five other grants professionals to provide grants and scholarships to Linn County and beyond. The Program Officer will manage scholarships and assigned grant portfolios at the Community Foundation, participate in grants management and evaluation activities, and represent the Community Foundation at relevant community meetings that align with assigned portfolios.
To apply, submit a cover letter, resume and three references to: Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation | 324 3rd Street SE | Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 | firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline is Monday, February 10, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. A complete job description is available at www.gcrcf.org.
Ottumwa Regional Legacy Foundation – VP of Finance
Ottumwa, IA | Full-Time
The board and professional team of the Ottumwa Regional Legacy Foundation is seeking a seasoned finance and accounting professional to lead the functions and be a partner in the senior management team. Located in a beautifully restored Main Street building in Ottumwa, Iowa, we are a private foundation deeply involved in the strategic economic and community development of our area – not just through grant-making but also initiating and acting on promising ideas, providing sound information, convening and collaborating with the rich diverse interests of our community, and celebrating our mutual successes.
Your qualifications and experience are very important, but your fit is everything. Your professional goal is to maintain the corpus of the Foundation while leading, thinking, discussion, and action on budgeting and financial
controls to meet annual grant-making and mission cost budgets. You’ll keep us prepared to meet our annual funding obligations and plan while dancing through public and private market fluctuations. We enjoy working with each
other and we’re going to select the rare finance professional who enjoys the comradery of strong willed and highly motivated team mates and volunteers filling a variety of roles.
If this environment and our work sounds fun and you want to commit to helping Ottumwa become an even more terrific place to work, learn, live, and enjoy life, submit your credentials to Ottumwa Regional Legacy Foundation,
Attn: CEO, 111 E. Main Street, Ottumwa, IA, email@example.com by January 13, 2020. Learn more here.