Using the final days of summer to hunt for a new job? We will be updating this list with non-profit jobs in the area throughout the month of August.
Universities Space Research Association, Principal Manager - Contracts and Grants: The part-time Principal Manager will be the senior functional leader responsible for the day-to-day contracting operations for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Advanced Research and Technology Support (ARTS) program located at Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, OH. This includes leading: proposal preparations; contract, subcontract, subgrant, and task order negotiations; and all contract-related administration efforts.
Heights Arts, Program Coordinator: The Program Coordinator is a part-time position, which will support staff and
Heights Arts program committees in the administration and implementation of our visual arts
(exhibition), literary, music, and membership (artist, individual and business) programming.
Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland, Community Programs Assistant: The Community Program Assistant supports the program efforts of the Ronald McDonald House® of Cleveland, Inc. ("RMH"). The hours follow a general business office schedule, with flexibility to attend evening meetings and/or events as needed within his/her 24-hour work week.
Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland, Group Partnership Assistant: In the spirit of teamwork, the Group Partnership Assistants will interact in collaboration with the RMH staff and volunteers to provide support and assistance in the fulfillment of their goals and objectives.
Ohio Citizens Action, Community Organizer: Ohio Citizen Action is currently hiring individuals to lead local grassroots campaigns to protect the health, economy, environment and livelihood of Ohio communities. Ideal candidates possess strong communication skills and a genuine commitment to the environment, progressive politics and the empowerment of our fellow OH residents.
because I said I would., Fulfillment Manager: Reporting to the Director of Speaking Engagements, the Fulfillment Managermanages the logistics of over 100 events a year. We also sell products at many of these events to help earn revenues that fund our nonprofit and charitable work.
Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center, Chief Development and Engagement Officer: Responsibilities include developing and implementing a robust donor centered major gifts program, overseeing fundraising activities, and creating an enhanced marketing program to increase agency visibility. Bachelor’s degree and 7-10 years of fundraising and management experience is required. Must be available to work some evenings and weekends as well as have reliable transportation to get to various meetings/events throughout Cuyahoga County.
University Hospitals, Coordinator - Volunteer Services: Oversees the volunteer program in the Seidman Cancer Center and additional medical center locations and develops appropriate volunteer roles within the medical center.
Alzheimer's Association, Health Education & Promotion Manager: The Health Education & Promotion Manager is responsible for managing a staff of Health Education Specialists who provide Alzheimer’s disease education, training, quality-assurance assessments, information, community engagement and follow-up for lay and professional audiences, within our 5 county region. The Health Education & Promotion Manager is responsible for providing overall strategy, planning and evaluation activities for all Health Education staff and assuring that all applicable Alzheimer’s Association strategic implementation objectives are met. This position oversees the Health Education & Promotion strategies and outcomes of the chapter, serves as the subject matter expert for Health Education and is a resource to Chapter staff and constituents.
The United Way of Greater Cleveland, Manager of Community Impact: This position reports to the Associate Vice President and leads the charge on assigned initiatives, projects, grants, and processes across the Impact Areas supporting the movement of the Community Impact Agenda. The individual in this role supports internal logistics, strategic planning, and facets of implementation for the Community Impact department through project management.
Neighborhood Leadership Institute, True2U Program Coordinator: The Program Coordinator, True2U will assist with the day to day operations of the True2U Mentoring Program and provide a broad range of administrative support for the True2U program, staff, and program participants.
City of Cleveland, Community Development Planner: Under direction, develops, monitors, and facilitates the implementation of neighborhood redevelopment activities through Community Development Corporations, Citywide agencies, and other third-party nonprofit organizations.
Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Social Media Manager: Responsible for the development of traditional and content marketing content across the Museum’s social media channels, as well as ongoing evaluation and reporting on social media performance. This position ensures that content and messaging is consistent with the Museum’s brand and voice on all social media platforms.
Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Chief Development Officer: The Chief Development Officer will be reporting to the President & CEO and will be responsible for the formulation, coordination and execution of all development initiatives, including the comprehensive campaign. The position manages and directs the organization and operation of the Museum’s fundraising for the annual fund, major gifts, capital improvements, planned giving, foundation and corporate support, exhibit sponsorships, and endowments.
West Side Catholic Center, Marketing and Communications Manager: The Marketing & Events Coordinator advances and supports the mission of the West Side Catholic Center (WSCC) and is primarily responsible for planning and executing annual special events, creating and maintaining content for marketing initiatives, support stewardship efforts and provide administrative support. The Marketing & Events Coordinator will support the Director of Advancement in the funding and marketing priorities of the Advancement Department.
American Lung Association, Development Manager: In this role, you will be responsible for managing all aspects related to the implementation of assigned special events including recruitment of volunteer committees, sponsors, teams and individual participants. Responsible for achieving revenue and participant goals, overseeing the budget, adhering to a 12-month event timeline, event logistics, and expansion of fundraising events that build and strengthen connections to potential and existing volunteers and donors.