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  • United Way of Greater Union County: Vice President of Development & Communications
  • Newark Alliance: Chief Executive Officer
  • Student/Partner Alliance: Administrative/Program Assistant - Part Time
  • Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Program: Assistant Director
  • Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey: Parent Education Coordinator - Part Time
  • Whitesbog Preservation Trust: Director
  • Meals on Wheels: Executive Assistant - Part Time
  • New Jersey PTA: Office Administrator
  • EducationWorks: Camden EducationWorks School Group Leader
  • Arc of Monmouth: Executive Director
  • Lake Hopatcong Foundation: Development Assistant
  • Princeton Area Community Foundation: Director of Communications
  • Puerto Rican Action Board: Call Center Operator
  • North Jersey Friendship House: President
  • New Jersey State Museum Foundation: Marketing & Communications Manager - Part Time
  • Center for Hope & Safety: Executive Director
  • Collier Youth Services: Director of External Relations
  • Isles: Director, Planning & Development
  • Isles: Senior Accountant
  • Isles: Director of Development
  • JESPY House, Inc.: Executive Director
  • The Leaguers: Chief Operating Officer
  • The Leaguers: Site Supervisor
  • Princeton-Blairstown Center: Director of Development & Communications
  • NJ Prevention Network: Prevention/Public Health Associate
  • Community Access Unlimited: Director of Development
  • Community Access Unlimited: Accounting Supervisor

    United Way of Greater Union County: Vice President of Development & Communications

    Reposted: August 27, 2015
    Location: Elizabeth, NJ

    Summary: Our mission at United Way of Greater Union County is to improve lives and build strong communities by uniting individuals and organizations with the will, passion, expertise, and resources needed to solve problems. Our commitment is to change the odds so that all children and their families, regardless of their circumstances, have the same chance to succeed in school and in life.  United Way has the scope, expertise, and influence to bring together human services agencies, government, businesses, private foundations and dedicated volunteers around a common vision of creating maximum impact and achieving long-lasting results.

    Key Accountabilities:

    Resource Development (60%)

    •  Manage the annual United Way fundraising campaign within partner corporations and agencies.  
    • Monitor progress of fundraising campaigns.  Oversee data entry and reporting of contributions.  Ensure accurate recording and tracking of all donor results in the relationship management database.  Report findings to Finance Committee and President & CEO.  
    • Analyze donor and account giving patterns in order to plan, execute and support assigned workplace campaigns utilizing known best practices.  
    • Oversee activities of the Resource Development Committee.  Recruit and train volunteers, develop workplans, and provide professional support and outstanding customer service.  
    • Develop program of education, support and recognition for workplace Employee Campaign Managers and Loaned Executives.  
    • Build relationships with workplace accounts (CEOs, ECMs and donors), leadership donors, and volunteers.  
    • Maintain a portfolio of individual donors and corporate relationships to cultivate, solicit and steward.   · Deliver presentations about United Way programs and impact to companies, agencies and community groups.   · Plan and develop recognition programs for all levels of donors, including in-kind supporters.  
    • Identify grant opportunities and oversee applications for foundation assistance.  
    • Work with CEO, Board of Directors, and Strategic Planning Committee to diversify revenue streams from sources outside traditional campaign.  Works with the CEO to plan, organize, and implement new revenue streams to support community impact work.  This includes but is not limited to online giving campaigns, endowment campaigns, fundraising events and the addition of affinity group programs.

    Brand Strategy Development and Implementation (20%)

    •  Work closely with the CEO and volunteer leadership in developing and directing the implementation of long-and short-range plans to meet the organization’s marketing, communications, and fundraising goals.
    • Develop an annual marketing and communications tactical plan, including public relations and online marketing. Conceptualize and execute a comprehensive, multi-faceted donor and stakeholder plan that supports the organization’s strategies and objectives, builds relationships with key audiences, and works to position United Way as the leader in Community Impact.    
    • Develop United Way “investment products” in order to increase donations and present clear information to the community (media, donors, volunteers, staff, etc.).  
    • Serve as liaison with internal and external customers for messaging/theme material and key communication strategy development.  
    • Stay current with all available market research and advise the CEO on community issues, donor trends. and any other factors that may influence the effective positioning of the organization.  
    • Follow the progress of United Way Worldwide (UWW) in branding, marketing and communications tools, and research.

    Marketing & Communications (20% )

    • In partnership with the CEO, oversee the development and maintenance of a favorable public and media relations environment for United Way of Greater Union County (UWGUC).  Work with the CEO to establish media and community outreach objectives.  
    • Strategically position UWGUC as a local thought leader on the topic of childhood poverty.  
    • Proactively develop targeted stories for placement in all communications channels, including print, internet, radio, and television outlets.  
    • Partner with all critical internal and external stakeholders to help develop a storytelling plan for the organization.  
    •  Oversee creative direction and production of all marketing materials, included but not limited to campaign brochure, videos, fact sheets, website, and supplemental communications.  
    • Initiate and coordinate media interviews, photo opportunities, press conferences, and public relations events.  
    • Write, edit, and manage publication of communications materials.  
    • Work with internal staff to identify newsworthy events, programs, etc.  
    • Responsible for managing the marketing budget, ensuring all purchases are timely and include in kind donations.  
    • Work with staff, marketing consultants, and volunteers to ensure consistency in content and tone of all communications.  Provide coaching on presenting the message as needed.
    • Develop and update the organization’s crisis communication plan, as needed.  
    • Develop new opportunities to raise awareness of the United Way brand locally.  
    • Manage year-round donor communications, advertising, printing, and publications.  
    • Monitor local, regional, and national news related to UWGUC work and stay abreast of trends and relevant announcements.  
    • Review weekly and monthly marketing metrics reports and use this data to evaluate the effectiveness of the organization’s efforts and recommend changes to strategies and tactics.  
    • Ensure that every department is participating in checking materials for accuracy and taking full advantage of every opportunity to properly position United Way as an inclusive, uplifting, energetic and engaging organization.
    • Serve as ambassador and role model for effective use of social media in both organizational and personal contexts.
    • UWGUC Team Leadership and Development (Daily)
    • Oversee work of Resource Development and Marketing staff and AmeriCorps VISTAs.
    •  Select, guide, motivate, and participate in the training, professional development, and evaluation of direct reports.
    • Provide goal-setting, visioning, leadership and strategic direction for Marketing and Communications team members. 
    • Responsible for accurate and timely completion and/or approval of organizational documents, including but not limited to performance reviews, professional development plans, goals and objectives, timekeeping, expense and travel reimbursements, credit card reports, requisitions, and ongoing documentation of performance accomplishments and areas requiring improvement.
    • Use tact and judgment in dealing with others and effectively influence people in all types of positions.


    • Bachelor’s Degree, with background in business, finance, communications, or marketing preferred.  
    • At least 2 years of nonprofit development or finance experience preferred 
    • Strong customer service skills including the ability to tie United Way benefits to partner needs. 
    • Ability to work independently and as a part of a team.
    • Excellent written, oral communication and presentation skills.
    • Demonstrated project and process management skills.
    • Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
    • Strong attention to detail.
    • Ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities.
    • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite products, Constant Contact messaging, and website administration. · Experience in graphic design.
    • Experience in video production and editing. · Experience using database systems.
    • Willingness to accommodate requests for support outside of regular business hours on occasion, with appropriate notice.
    • High-energy individual who takes initiative with a positive outlook and can thrive in an environment of change.
    • Commitment to excellence and to the mission of United Way. 

    Hiring Range: $60,000 to $75,000 (relocation expenses not paid)

    To Apply:  Email resume with cover letter and work samples to  Resumes without this supporting documentation will not be considered.  United Way of Greater Union County is an equal opportunity employer.

    Newark Alliance: Chief Executive Officer

    Reposted: August 26, 2015
    Location: Newark, NJ

    Summary: For more than 15 years, the Newark Alliance has united leading business and community leaders to work collectively to make Newark a premiere destination for business, culture, education and living. Today, the Newark Alliance is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer to build upon its history of success and collaboration to advance Newark's continuing renaissance.

    The next CEO will be a passionate visionary and successful change agent with the experience to inspire and drive lasting change in Newark by bringing together the City’s rich and diverse community to contribute to Newark’s growth and prosperity. Newark’s current momentum, coupled with dedicated leadership and heightened engagement of the Newark community make this an ideal time for the Newark Alliance to leverage Newark’s competitive assets into even greater economic opportunity and activity for the city and its residents, the region, and beyond.

    To Apply:  View complete job description.  Email cover letter and resume to

    Student/Partner Alliance: Administrative/Program Assistant - Part Time

    Reposted: August 25, 2015
    Location: Summit, NJ

    Summary: Student/Partner Alliance is a non-profit organization supporting inner-city high school students in Essex, Union, and Hudson counties, looking for a part-time (12 hours per week) Administrative/Program Assistant. Hours are 9:00am to 1:30pm, pay will be commensurate with skills and experience. The position will be supervised by the Executive Director.

    The A/PA is responsible for data input into the eTapestry fund raising database (info on funders, annual campaign potentials, sponsors, partners, mentors, students). This position is also responsible for the processing part of mass mailings (events, newsletters, Annual Campaign) and some routine correspondence (bills, boilerplate thank you letters to donors, boilerplate letters to students & parents re: events, acceptance letters, arrange interview letters, sending out report cards).

    Qualifications: Strong computer skills and desire to learn new computer programs. Love of details and numbers - very accurate. Team player. Flexible. Strongly Preferred: experience with Blackbaud/eTapestry (or similar systems).

    To Apply:  Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Margaret Momber, Executive Director, at

    Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Program: Assistant Director

    Posted: August 24, 2015
    Location: Morristown, NJ

    Summary: The Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Program, a signature project of the Dodge Foundation in Morristown, NJ, seeks a collaborative, creative team member to help produce the largest poetry event in North America and a complementary arts education program in New Jersey schools. Under the supervision of Poetry Program Director Martin Farawell, the Assistant Director will assume primary responsibility for managing the biennial Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival and year-round Schools Program for teachers and high school students.

    Dodge Poetry Festival Responsibilities:

    • Acting as liaison with performance venues throughout Newark, NJ, including City agencies, school districts, technical support providers and tech crews, poets and other performers, local businesses, local arts organizations, area restaurants, hotels, and food and transportation providers;
    • Overseeing Festival budget;
    • Creating and managing Festival planning documents, including production calendars;
    • Facilitating planning meetings and conference calls involving multiple partners;
    • Participating in design, planning and execution of fundraising and marketing efforts; and
    • Coordinating and overseeing Festival staff and volunteer corps.

    Schools Program Responsibilities:

    • Coordinating the annual series of poetry seminars for New Jersey teachers and multiple mini-festivals and poet visits in New Jersey high schools, including identifying, visiting, and contracting schools and sites state-wide;
    • Scheduling events and contracting with Dodge Poets and host/contact teachers;
    • Managing support staff; Responding to inquiries about the Poetry Program;
    • Maintaining the Poetry database and files; and
    • Developing, producing, copy-editing, and proofreading a wide range of print documents.


    • 3+ years of experience in large-scale event planning and management, with a track record of bringing projects in on time and within budget;
    • 3+ years of experience in planning, management and assessment of visiting artist programs;
    • Experience in large scale ($600K+) budget oversight and management;
    • Proven ability to take responsibility for a project — planning, follow through, completion, and assessment of results;
    • Proven strong organizational and management skills;
    • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in English and/or Technical Theater;
    • Willingness to pitch in at every level of a project;
    • Strong interpersonal skills; ability to quickly gain trust and form positive working relationships with individuals from various backgrounds;
    • Capacity to produce effective letters and other documents;
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access or comparable database program; Cvent or Salesforce experience a plus;
    • Passion for the arts and/or poetry and a commitment to arts education; and
    • The ideal candidate also has an interest in contemporary poetry, experience in fundraising and development, and proficiency in social media and understanding of its importance. 

    To Apply:  Please Send an e-mail with the subject "Poetry Program Assistant Director" by September 11, 2015 to Martin Farawell, Poetry Program Director, at poetryprogram(at)grdodge(dot)org and attach your résumé and cover letter with salary requirements.  

    Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey: Parent Education Coordinator - Part Time

    Posted: August 20, 2015
    Location: Millburn, NJ

    Summary: Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey (PDFNJ), in cooperation with the Governor's Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and the NJ Department of Human Services, provides resources and information for New Jersey families to take steps to prevent substance abuse in their home. The organization seeks a part-time Parent Education Coordinator.


    • Present and coordinate PDFNJ’s parent education program, the “15 Minute Child-Break” (CB) program to schools, businesses and other community organizations throughout the state in both daytime and evening sessions
    • Collaborate in all marketing strategy of 15 minute Child Break Program
    • Prepare correspondence and coordinate with administrative staff and Media Department in order to effectively promote CB presentations
    • Modify CB presentation on an ongoing basis in order to provide the most up to date information and modify presentations to meet the special needs of a particular audience
    • Perform other related tasks within the agency when requested by the Executive Director


    • Degree in Education, Social Work or any substance abuse related field
    • Strong verbal communication and computer skills are a must
    • Three to five year’s previous experience in education, social work, or any substance abuse related field with an understanding of substance abuse prevention
    • Previous experience within the substance abuse prevention field and fluency in English and Spanish is preferred
    • Possess excellent public speaking skills and be well organized, detail oriented, a self-starter and be able to work independently
    • Must have access to an insured vehicle, a valid driver’s license and be willing to spend a majority of the work time traveling throughout the state

    To Apply:  Please email resumes to This part-time position consists of thre days a week either in the PDFNJ Millburn, NJ office or leading presentations across the state Monday through Thursday. The Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey is an Equal Employment Opportunity Workplace (EEOC) and a Drug Free Workplace.

    Whitesbog Preservation Trust: Director

    Posted: August 18, 2015
    Location: Ewing, NJ

    Summary: The Pine Barrens of southern New Jersey has many jewels, one of them is historic Whitesbog Village nestled in a quiet small town in Browns Mills.  Whitesbog Village, home of the early cranberry industry and the birthplace of the high bush blueberry, is seeking a Director of this magical place.  The Village is managed by Whitesbog Preservation Trust whose  mission is to restore, protect and enhance historic Whitesbog Village and to preserve and interpret the White family legacy, inspiring audiences of all ages to experience:

    • the origins and past innovations of the cranberry and blueberry culture, and
    • the rich culture and unique ecology of the New Jersey Pine Barrens.    

    The Director is responsible for the overall operations of the Trust, provides leadership in the development and implementation of resources/programs and works in conjunction with committees and work groups.  The Director reports to and is evaluated by the Board of Trustees, and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of the mission and financial objectives.  

    Qualifications: A college graduate with a Bachelor’s degree. A minimum of 3 years management experience  working for a non-profit organization preferably in the historical, cultural, or restoration fields.  A self starter with strong management, organization and communications skills.  Strong collaboration and delegation skills with experience working with volunteers.  A sound understanding of how to seek and secure funding sources and opportunities.  

    To Apply: Submit a Word or PDF resume and cover letter to

    Meals on Wheels: Executive Assistant - Part Time

    Posted: August 17, 2015
    Location: Ewing, NJ

    Summary: Meals on Wheels of Trenton/Ewing is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that promotes the dignity and independence of home bound individuals in the Greater Trenton Area.

    A part-time Office Assistant is needed for answering phones, typing, data entry, filing, mailings, correspondence, photocopying, special events, and general office work.  Excellent organizational, customer service and computer skills (Word, Excel and Access) a must!

    To Apply:  Interested applicants should email resume and contact information to with Office Assistant in the subject line.

    New Jersey PTA: Office Administrator

    Posted: August 13, 2015
    Location: Mercerville, NJ

    Summary: New Jersey PTA is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit membership association of more than 130,000 members—parents, teachers, students, administrators and business community leaders. NJPTA is organized into 700 local units across 21 counties in New Jersey.  NJPTA has a rich history of advocacy on behalf of students, families and educational matters and is a recognized and influential advocacy organization throughout New Jersey.  

    NJPTA is governed by volunteer Board of Directors.  NJPTA headquarters are located at 8 Quakerbridge Plaza, Suite F in Mercerville.  NJPTA’s parent organization is the National PTA headquartered in Alexandria, VA. 


     Under the broad supervision of the Officers and Board of Directors of NJPTA, the Office Administrator is responsible for the following duties and responsibilities:

    Office Management

    Manage the day-to-day operations of NJPTA including, but not limited to: staff supervision, headquarters facility and maintenance, financial management, administrative support to Board of Directors, and adherence to NJPTA policies and procedures.  Specifically, daily calls and emails with NJPTA officers, database updates and providing communication with our local PTAs.

    Provide leadership for human resources management through approval of hires, terminations and evaluations as needed.

    • Assure adequate staff training is provided to assist staff in carrying out their jobs.
    • Hold primary responsibility for facilitating communication throughout the staff and Board of Directors to ensure that teamwork is developed and the day-to-day operations run smoothly. 
    • Knowledge of event planning in order to assist with NJPTA programs.
    • Knowledge of PTA and other non-profits requirements, filings required by IRS and State of NJ would be an asset.
    • Light Bookkeeping will be necessary.

    Board Relations

    • Serve as the primary staff liaison to the Board of Directors.
    • Communicate effectively with the Board and Board President to assure that the Board has the appropriate information to best meet their leadership and fiduciary responsibilities.
    • Production of reports to the Officers and BOD as needed.
    • Produce E-blasts and update NJPTA website as needed.
    • Report on a monthly basis to the Officers and BOD as requested.
    • Present a report at each meeting of the Board of Directors outlining a comprehensive overview of the work of the office. 

    Computer Skills

    • Office knowledge, Access and other database program essential
    • Experience with QuickBooks Pro
    • Ability to learn new software

    Qualifications: Qualified candidates for the position of Office Administrator will be expected to understand, embrace, and advance New Jersey PTA’s mission and have 3-5 years of management experience, preferably with non-profits.  Superior communications skills, both written and oral. Ability to set priorities, delegate responsibilities, and mentor, motivate, and develop others. Be an independent and flexible worker Demonstrated ability to plan strategically and think tactically.   

    NJPTA offers competitive salary (based on previous experience) and medical benefits.  

    To Apply: Please send a cover letter and current résumé (Microsoft Word® format preferred) with salary requirements to  A well-crafted cover letter outlining how your background and experience relate to the position is a required element and will be considered an important part of the candidate review process.

     New Jersey PTA is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer that is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace.

    EducationWorks: Camden EducationWorks School Group Leader

    Posted: August 13, 2015
    Location: Mercer, NJ

    Summary: After School Group Leaders provide enthusiastic and education direct service to children in after-school programs, participate in planning after-school activities, and assist with management of necessary after-school paperwork such as taking attendance.   The primary responsibilities of the Group Leader would include student safety, support in classrooms when needed, assisting with attendance, snack distribution and site set up and break down.   


    • Assist with recruitment and enrollment of students into the program
    • Plan activities with other after-school staff
    • Take leadership in planning service activities with students
    • Implement after-school activities according to schedules and lesson plans
    • Take attendance, assist with the sign in/sign out process, and manage required paperwork as directed
    • Assist with set-up and clean-up of after-school activities as needed
    • Supervise and direct children according to school site and EW rules and guidance
    • Ensure that youth are safe at all times
    • Attend required trainings
    • Be familiar with and strive to be in compliance with the Camden City Schools Core Standards for Youth Programs
    • Other duties as assigned   Qualifications ·        


    • High school diploma or equivalent required; college preferred
    • Experience working with children and youth
    • Able to be physically active with and engage youth
    • Experience with urban settings and diverse populations
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
    • Fluency in Spanish a plus

    To Apply: Submit a cover letter and resume to or visit our website at to complete an application.

    Arc of Monmouth: Executive Director

    Posted: August 11, 2015
    Location: Tinton Falls, NJ

    Summary: The Arc of Monmouth is one of Monmouth County’s leading providers of services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities serving more than 1,400 individuals with a budget of more than $15.5 million.  The Arc of Monmouth is committed to assisting persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities to thrive in every aspect of their lives, and to support their families.  The organization provides advocacy, services and supports, collaboration with community partners and community education. 

    The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and supervises the Associate Executive Director, Assistant Executive Director and several department directors.  The Executive Director works with The Board and staff to implement a strategic plan to achieve the agency’s mission of improving the lives of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

    The ideal candidate will have a commitment to The Arc of Monmouth’s mission and will have a minimum of five years of experience in a Social Services management capacity.  The position requires a Master’s degree in a field related to Human Services as well as management skills including budgeting, human resources and organizational planning and development.

    To Apply: We invite you to apply with a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to

    Lake Hopatcong Foundation: Development Assistant

    Posted: August 11, 2015
    Location: Morris County, NJ

    Summary: Launched in 2012, the Lake Hopatcong Foundation aims to improve and enhance the experience and environment at New Jersey’s largest lake. In addition to initiating projects, the foundation provides financial support toward efforts undertaken by other lake organizations. Projects range from invasive species prevention to lake education to improved safety, and more. The simple goal is to improve Lake Hopatcong for the enjoyment of everyone, now and in the years to come. The opportunities and methods to accomplish that are as far-reaching and diverse as the lake itself.   The Lake Hopatcong Foundation is seeking a full-time Development Assistant to provide support for all administrative aspects of development. Principal duties will include, but are not limited to, assisting with the implementation of campaigns; maintaining database records; coordinating fundraising events; assisting with grant writing; and performing varied administrative tasks involved in a non-profit organization. The Development Assistant will also be responsible for promoting and tracking matching gift opportunities and preparing timely acknowledgements and progress reports.  

    Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in a related field and three years’ relevant experience is required; nonprofit development experience is a strong plus. Experience with fundraising database software is very helpful. The candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office products and have excellent written and verbal communications skills. 

    LHF offers a competitive compensation package, strong benefits and unique atmosphere.  

    To Apply: Qualified candidates should email a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to or mail to 37 Nolan’s Point Park Road, Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849.

    Princeton Area Community Foundation: Director of Communications

    Posted: August 4, 2015
    Location: Princeton, NJ

    Summary: The Princeton Area Community Foundation seeks a Director of Communications to report to the President & CEO.  The Director of Communications will develop and implement the strategy for all communications, including website content, social media, leveraging events and public relations messages and collateral to consistently articulate the Community Foundation’s mission.

    The Director of Communications will ensure that the Community Foundation is viewed as the leading organization promoting philanthropy in the region. The Director of Communications will work closely with the President & CEO, Communications Committee Chair and its members, staff and communications/marketing vendors to achieve annual planned objectives. The end result will be to raise the organizations profile, highlighting the Community Foundation’s considerable accomplishments and community impact.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Communications Planning and Execution – Develop, implement, and evaluate the annual communications plan in collaboration with the President & CEO and the Communications Committee.
    • Media Relations – Manage media relations in order to raise the Community Foundation’s profile in the media and in the community.
    • Website Management – Manage the organization’s website content and drive forward the analytics. Ensure that new and consistent information (article links, stories, and events) is posted regularly.
    • Annual Report – Create the organization’s annual report and distribution strategy, working with the appropriate firm to develop the report’s graphics and with staff for theme and content.
    • Social Media Management – Develop online, social media content with staff that engages the Community Foundation’s various audiences, such as Donors and Grantees. Increase measures, such as Facebook Likes and Twitter Followers.
    • Effective Story Telling – Communicate the value and positive outcomes of the Community Foundation’s work. Communicate to the public about the Community Foundation’s grantmaking and programs, highlighting stories of impact.
    • Communications Support for Staff – Manage the development, distribution, and maintenance of all print and electronic collateral including, but not limited to, newsletters, brochures, and website. Work with staff to provide collateral needed to execute strategic plan goals. 


     The Princeton Area Community Foundation is seeking an accomplished Director of Communications who has between 7 to 10 years of communications experience, ideally in an “in-house” leadership role within a complex (number and variety of constituents) nonprofit entity, and covering areas such as website content, newsletters, and donor communications. The ability to take knowledge and transform it into exciting and useful messages, and disseminate it to the right audiences through the best distribution channels is critical.

    • Thorough understanding of and strong commitment to the Community Foundation’s goals and mission.
    • A talent for identifying stories from grantees to highlight the Community Foundation’s impact among various audiences.
    • Bachelor’s degree required.
    • Highly collaborative style; experience developing and implementing communications strategies.
    • Excellent writing/editing and verbal communication skills.
    • A strong track record as an implementer who thrives on managing a variety of key initiatives concurrently.
    • High energy, maturity, and leadership with the ability to serve as a unifying force and to position communications discussions at both the strategic and tactical levels.
    • Sincere commitment to work collaboratively with all constituent groups, including staff, trustees, volunteers, donors, grantees, and organizational allies.
    • Self-starter, able to work independently, and entrepreneurial; enjoys creating and implementing new initiatives.


    • Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications
    • Comprehensive package offered
    • Full-time position

    To Apply: Please submit your resume, cover letter and 3 references to the attention of Jeff Vega, President & CEO, Princeton Area Community Foundation at

    Puerto Rican Action Board: Call Center Operator

    Posted: July 31, 2015
    Location: Trenton, NJ

    Summary: The Puerto Rican Action Board (PRAB) is a comprehensive human services organization in Middlesex County, New Jersey. We provide a comprehensive range of essential services for children, youth, families, and senior citizens. We deliver need-based assistance to low and moderate-income residents of Central New Jersey and serve as advocates for those seeking to live productive, self-sufficient lives. The Call Center Operator is a seasoned, creative, energetic, and flexible individual who routes all agencies call to the respective Departments. S/he effectively explains PRAB’s services to new and existing clients. S/he answers inquiries and questions, handles complaints, troubleshoots problems and provides information.



    • Operates switchboard and multi-line telephones to answer incoming agency calls.
    • Determines intent of caller and makes appropriate connection in a courteous manner
    • Effectively explains the company’s services to new and existing customers
    • Assists in maintaining and updating phone directories and event schedules via computerized database when notified of changes in order to access correct information.
    • Assists in reporting telephone equipment or service complaints and/or problems
    • Maintains logs of incoming calls and any additional information required for various reports or special projects.
    • Pages personnel and transfers calls as needed on intercom system
    • Provides routine information to callers
    • Manage all phone system recordings, night messages, and special announcements
    • As needed covers breaks in the reception area & HEA Call Center
    • Will perform additional duties as assigned


    • Participate actively and represent PRAB in community life within Central New Jersey, including community events, neighborhood and community groups, advocacy efforts, policy-oriented forums, PRAB partnerships and collaborations, government agencies, and private institutions
    • Conduct, attend, and participate in internal meetings to maintain and improve professional competence
    • Work diplomatically to solve problems within the organization
    • Maintain professional appearance and behavior
    • Perform other duties as assigned by Home Energy Manager


    • At least High school diploma or equivalent
    • One year of call center operator experience preferred

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

    •  Fully committed to PRAB’s vision, mission, and strategic goals and outcomes
    • Excellent organizational, analytical, oral and written communications skills Ability to work collaboratively with a fast paced, highly interactive staff
    • Proven ability to follow standard filing procedures
    • Proven ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
    • Proven ability to work effectively in a team setting
    • Proven ability to work well with diverse groups
    • Proven ability to solve problems, resolve conflicts
    • Proven ability to handle multiple tasks effectively under pressure
    • Proven ability to meet strict deadlines within time constraints, with emphasis on accuracy and timeliness
    • Computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
    • Bilingual English/Spanish required
    • Demonstrated maturity, integrity, and sound judgment

    Physical Demands & Working Environment:

    • Regularly stand, sit, and walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk or hear; and taste or smell
    • Frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
    • Generally works in an office environment but may occasionally be required to perform job duties outside of the typical office setting

    Compensation & Hours:

    • This is a full-time, hourly position (36 hour Per Week)
    • Pay is based on an pre-established range and is commensurate with experience
    • Includes some early evening and weekend work hours
    • Benefits are generous, including paid employee health and dental insurance (some employee contribution required); voluntary vision and retirement plans are also available
    • Paid time off includes vacation, sick, and personal days, and holidays

    PRAB is an equal opportunity employer.

    To Apply: Submit an online application at

    North Jersey Friendship House: President

    Posted: July 31, 2015
    Location: Hackensack, NJ

    Summary: The North Jersey Friendship House (NJFJ)  is one of the preeminent providers of pre-vocational and vocational rehabilitation for people with mental illness and other disabilities in Northern New Jersey.  To execute its growth strategy and expand its reach in the community, NJFH is seeking an experienced leader for the newly created role of President. The President will oversee the management and day-to-day operations of NJFH’s clinical, vocational and agency activities. The President will manage an annual operating budget of approximately $7 million and a staff of 5 direct reports and 80 total staff members. He/she will represent the organization as one of its primary spokespersons, including communicating the organization’s vision and mission, and raising the public awareness of the organization.  The President will be critical to NJFH’s go-forward strategy and taking the organization to the next level. It is anticipated he/she will transition to the role of CEO in an accelerated manner.

    Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the President will implement the direction, policies, goals and objectives of NJFH established in collaboration with the CEO and Board of Trustees to achieve optimum results. 

    Essential Functions:

    • Provide leadership and guidance to all staff
    • Collaborate with the CEO/Board of Trustees to implement innovative approaches to grow NJFH
    • Drive the alignment of the strategic plans across the organization (staff, members, community)
    • Identify and enforce quality control and performance standards across the organization
    • Oversee financial operations and monitor grant and outside contract opportunities
    •  Actively pursue networking and public relations opportunities in the community
    • Lead and manage fundraising and resource development efforts

    Knowledge Skills and Abilities

    • Strong leadership, management and process streamlining skills
    • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
    • Excellent collaboration, networking and relationship-building skills
    • Ability to lead ongoing strategic planning and implementation efforts
    •  Excellent communication skills Strong relationships with government agencies/municipalities, to obtain grant funding
    • Possesses strong multi-year track record in budget projection
    • Strong marketing and business development focus
    • Have the financial understanding and business acumen to run and grow an organization  

    Education/Work Experience Required

    • Minimum 10 – 15 years of experience in a position at the senior management level in a not-for-profit organization, public sector or corporate environment
    • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred
    •  Demonstrated ability to develop/execute strategic plans that position organizations for success
    • Experience with Medicaid, DDD and DVRS funding streams a plus as well as knowledge of partial care and vocational regulations  

    To Apply: Forward your resume to Luz Solivan at or call (201) 488-2121.

    New Jersey State Museum Foundation: Marketing & Communications Manager - Part Time

    Posted: July 31, 2015
    Location: Trenton, NJ

    Summary: The New Jersey State Museum Foundation seeks a Marketing & Communications Manager to support a 2-year grant funded project, Trenton Makes – Words! This individual will also oversee all external communications with the press, media, and the public; oversee the design and production of the project website and all print and online media (newsletters, ads Etc.); maintain the website; oversee the branding of the project; write press releases and ad copy. Part-Time (up to 28 hours per week) $25.00 per hour.

    To Apply: Send resume, cover letter and 3 references by August 10, 2015 to: Beth J. Cooper Curator of Education, New Jersey State Museum at (preferred) or  P.O. Box 530, Trenton NJ 08625-0530.

    Center for Hope & Safety: Executive Director

    Posted: July 14, 2015
    Location: Bergen County, NJ

    Summary: The Center for Hope & Safety is a non-profit agency, dedicated to sheltering Bergen County’s women and children who are victimized by domestic violence, is seeking an Executive Director.  Agency provides a comprehensive umbrella of support services to help women and their dependents attain safety, build a strong foundation for healing, gain self-reliance and stop the cycle of violence.   Responsibilities:  While effectively communicating with the Board, Executive Director will  ensure the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission, strategic plan and financial objectives through the management of and delegation to, the Associate Ex. Director/COO, Director of Finance, Director of Development, Grants Manger, Property Manager and other staff.  

    Qualifications: Ideal candidate will have at least five years of management experience within the non-profit sector, with strong fiscal management experience (of a similar size budget).  Individual should also have experience in government relations, fundraising, public relations and strategic planning.  Experience and knowledge of Domestic Violence Issues would be a strong plus, but not required.  Master’s Degree, preferred.  

    To Apply:  Please contact Linda Forrest 732-542-1011 x15 or    

    Collier Youth Services: Director of External Relations

    Posted: July 13, 2015
    Location: Wickatunk, NJ

    Summary: The Collier Youth Services Director of External Relations oversees the development, coordination, and implementation of public relations and communications strategies; a corporate engagement program; individual and major donor fundraising and stewardship initiatives; volunteer management; and special events of Collier Youth Services.  The Director will work with the Executive Director, Senior Leadership Team, Collier Foundation Board, Development Committee and Program Directors to develop a comprehensive strategy to engage individual donors and volunteers in the work of Collier Youth Services and create a more visible public profile for the agency.     


    • Bachelors degree; Masters degree in relevant field preferred.
    • Five years experience in development, major gifts, public relations, or event planning.
    • Supervisory experience required; experience supervising, coaching, and training staff preferred.
    • Capacity to provide agency leadership around various external relations initiatives.
    • Strong computer skills required, including proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Creative Suite. Experience with Raisers’ Edge preferred.
    • Must be self-motivated, detail and deadline oriented.
    • Strong interpersonal skills; capable of working comfortably with a variety of individuals at all levels inside and outside the organization, including willingness to roll up one’s sleeves necessary to get the job done for special events and work with corporate volunteers.
    • Excellent and strategic writing, organizational, planning, and managerial skills required.
    • Must have a commitment to work from a strength based and/or youth development perspective.

    To Apply:  Submit a resume/cover letter including salary requirements as well as a professional writing sample and design sample to

    Isles, Inc.: Deputy Director, Planning & Development

    Posted: July 13, 2015
    Location: Trenton, NJ

    Summary: Isles, Inc. is currently seeking an experienced administrator with community development / urban planning / real estate experience to serve as Deputy Director, Planning & Development. This position will play a critical role in Isles’ long term success by developing, implementing and managing innovative services that achieve resident-led neighborhood revitalization.  Isles seeks a creative, flexible, self-directed individual who can work collaboratively with Isles staff, community stakeholders, funders and partners, including state and local government, academic institutions, local businesses, other non-profits, and residents.  The Deputy Director will have the opportunity to join a dynamic and highly accomplished team at one of the most innovative and successful nonprofits in the region.  

    The Deputy Director must have excellent writing, speaking, and presentation skills, as well as the ability to work in a collaborative and consultative manner with colleagues and community stakeholders. The position also requires strong supervisory and project management skills.

    To Apply:  View the complete job description. Applicants should submit cover letter, resume and writing sample to  View all Isles job openings.

    Isles, Inc.: Senior Accountant

    Posted: July 13, 2015
    Location: Trenton, NJ

    Summary: Isles, Inc. is currently seeking an experienced accounting professional to serve as Senior Accountant.  This position will play a critical role in Isles’ long term success by developing collaborative budgeting procedures and creative accounting and risk management strategies to maximize utilization of all funding sources.  Isles seeks a leader who can work collaboratively with managing directors, grants managers and accounting staff; and who can gain the respect of trustees and leadership.  The Senior Accountant will have the opportunity to join a dynamic and highly accomplished team at one of the most innovative and successful nonprofits in the region.   The position requires strong analytical, verbal, and presentation skills, as well as the ability to work in a collaborative and consultative manner with colleagues. The Senior Accountant must understand the nature and peculiarities of Isles’ services and funding sources. 

    To Apply:  View the complete job description. Applicants should submit cover letter, resume and writing sample to  View all Isles job openings.

    Isles, Inc.: Director of Development

    Posted: July 13, 2015
    Location: Trenton, NJ

    Summary: Isles, Inc. is currently seeking an experienced, innovative and enthusiastic Director of Development. This position will play a critical role in Isles’ long term success by identifying, developing, and growing significant, sustainable relationships with individual donors who can provide Isles with necessary financial resources for years to come. Isles seeks a leader who can inspire trustees and leadership volunteers and who has a proven track record of securing major gifts and stewarding long-term relationships with individual donors. The Director of Development will have the opportunity to join a dynamic and highly accomplished team at one of the most innovative and successful nonprofits in the region.   The position requires exceptional verbal, persuasive, organizational, analytical, writing and editing skills, as well as the ability to work in a collaborative and consultative manner with colleagues. The Director of Development must understand the nature and peculiarities of Isles’ services and the region’s giving trends. Compensation will be commensurate with experience.

    To Apply:  View the complete job description. Applicants should submit cover letter, resume and writing sample to  View all Isles job openings.

    JESPY House, Inc.: Executive Director

    Posted: July 13, 2015
    Location: South Orange, NJ

    JESPY House, Inc. enables adults with learning and developmental disabilities to achieve their full potential and lead independent lives in the community and is looking for a new Executive Director.

    Summary: The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors and, as the agency is currently structured, will have an Assistant Executive Director (in charge of programs) and Director of Operations reporting directly to him/her. JESPY House is unique in its mission of providing services to a high functioning population of learning and developmentally disabled individuals and the successful candidate will have the opportunity to build on the strengths of this highly regarded agency to re-define, re-invigorate and re-organize it going into the future. The Executive Director will work with board and staff to a strategic plan that achieves its mission through consistent and timely progress toward a professional management and operations structure.  

    The ideal candidate will have a commitment to JESPY’s mission and will have experience in serving its target population in order to grow the organization and expand its capabilities.  He/she will have the leadership and management skills to energize a well-qualified staff and build it into a collaborative team and will be financially astute, enabling JESPY to increase its revenue base and prepare for a stable future in a changing environment.

    An attractive and competitive package, commensurate with level of experience is available.

    To Apply: Please review the complete job description prior to applying. The submit resume and cover letter to

    The Leaguers: Chief Operating Officer

    Posted: July 8, 2015
    Location: Newark, NJ

    Summary: The Leaguers Inc., one of the oldest and largest providers of early childhood education in New Jersey, seeks a seasoned nonprofit professional to serve as our Chief Operating Officer (COO). This is a new position created as part of a larger organizational restructuring to position The Leaguers for further growth and sustainability. The COO will be responsible for internal management and operations and will supervise Directors of Human Resources, Facilities, and Administration. The COO will report to the CEO and serve as integral member of the Executive Team (CEO, CFO, CPO and Executive Assistant).


    • Internal Leadership:  The new COO position will fill a critical need on the Executive Team by bringing focus and attention to internal management and operations needs. The COO will work with the Chief Executive, Chief Financial and Chief Program Officers to ensure coordination across departments/programs, and to identify opportunities to leverage cross-department/program strengths to address organizational challenges. The COO will work with the CEO and CPO to build promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement across the organization and to build the capacity of the Management Team to lead strategic thinking and problem-solving within and across their departments.  
    • Internal Operational Management: The COO will be responsible for ensuring that management and operations systems support meeting program goals and for fostering a culture of collaboration, innovation, and open communication within the Executive and Management Teams. The COO will work with the Executive Team to prepare, implement, and monitor an annual operational plan and budget; and will regularly assess internal operational policies and procedures to identify areas for improvement and work with Management Team to address them. The COO will be responsible for supervising internal operations: human resources, sites/facilities management, and consultants serving the organization in all of these areas.


    We seek a professional who believes in the core values of The Leaguers, has a passion for the education and care of young children, and has proven experience in the management of a large organization and a demonstrated ability to lead and build the capabilities of a committed and talented staff. Specific skills desired include:

    • Exceptional Management-the ability to make good decisions through a combination of analysis, wisdom, experience, and judgment.
    • Team-Building-the ability to connect to staff, to learn the strengths and weaknesses of the team so as to position people to succeed, and to promote accountability.
    • Action Oriented-desire to work hard and looks for challenges; ability to act and react as necessary, even if limited information is available; not afraid to take charge of a situation; can overcome resistance to leadership and take unpopular stands when necessary.

    Master's Degree Preferred, at least 6+ years in a Senior Management and Administration Position, Understanding of Early Childhood Programming a plus.

    To Apply: Visit the employment page and create an account to apply.

    The Leaguers: Site Supervisor

    Posted: July 8, 2015
    Location: Newark, NJ

    The Leaguers Inc., one of the oldest and largest providers of early childhood education in New Jersey, seeks a Site Supervisor.


    • Responsible for the health and safety of children assigned to center.
    • Oversee center’s daily operations.
    • Provide direction, guidance and support to staff assigned to site.
    • Monitor child attendance.
    • Organize and conduct parent meetings in collaboration with family services and education staff. Ensure parent participation activities.
    • Comply with Head Start and Early Head Start regulations, performance standards, and licensing requirements and all other applicable state, local and federal guidelines.

    Please review the complete list of responsibilities at the complete job posting page.

    Qualifications & Requirements:

    • Communicate effectively with staff, families, children, and the public.
    • Observe, compare, and monitor behaviors, records and data to determine compliance with prescribed standards.
    • Implement policies and procedures as written.
    • Ensure that physical inventory of equipment and/or supplies are completed the last week of April.
    • Maintain the indoor and outdoor environmental safety of children through visual, auditory and smelling senses.
    • Produce written documentation with clearly organized thoughts using proper sentence construction, punctuation and grammar.
    • BS/BA in ECE, Social Services, Human Services or related field, and (1) one year experience in Social Service Agency
    • Strong leadership, interpersonal and communication skills
    • Adequate means of transportation; Excellent Computer Skills  

    To Apply: Visit the employment page and create an account to apply.

    Princeton-Blairstown Center: Director of Development & Communications 

    Posted: July 6, 2015
    Location: Princeton, NJ

    The Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC) is an 107 year-old independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with an administrative office located in Princeton, NJ and a 264-acre campus located in Blairstown, NJ. Our mission is to transform the lives of vulnerable young people through integrated experiential and adventure-based programming in schools and at our outdoor campus.  A Director of Development & Communications is needed to work closely with the Executive Director to identify, educate, cultivate, and solicits individual, foundation, corporate, and in-kind prospects to support program, endowment, and operating goals. The Director of Development & Communications will also oversee the implementation of special events and public information activities for the promotion and advancement of PBC’s mission and goals.

    The Director of Development & Communications plays a critical role in partnering with the Senior Leadership Team in strategic decision making and operations as PBC continues to enhance its quality programming and build capacity. This results-oriented position works closely with the ED to support the Board of Directors around fundraising and marketing activities, accomplishments, and challenges.   


    • Develop, implement, and monitor progress toward long- and short-term fundraising strategy and goals including major giving, grants, special events, direct mail appeals, on-line giving, and corporate partnership and volunteer initiatives.
    • Increase and diversify revenue streams (foundations, individuals, corporations, agencies, crowdfunding, etc.) to help build programmatic and organizational capacity.
    • Develop and implement strategies for the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of individual donor.
    • Research and identify public and private grant sources of restricted and unrestricted funding. 
    • Develop proposals in partnership with the Senior Leadership Team and execute and archive all proposals with a long-term relationship-management approach.
    • Ensure the timely submission of updates, and end-of-year reports to corporate, foundation, individual and/or government funders.
    • Provide support to the solicitation efforts of the ED in fulfilling his/her fundraising responsibilities.
    • Provide staff support to the Board of Directors including managing their solicitation activities, helping to identify new board candidates, and staffing the Governance and Development Committees.
    • Develop and manage departmental income and expense budgets and partner with the Director of Finance & Administration to monitor and report PBC’s income mix.
    • Develop staff, intern, free-lancer, and/or consultant job descriptions and work plans as needed. ·
    • Coordinate the work of administrative staff to ensure development records are reconciled with accounting records, timely acknowledgments are sent, donor and prospect files are maintained, and the database is maintained. ·         Create and execute cultivation and stewardship events.
    • Work with Board members and other volunteers to design and execute two fundraising events annually. ·         Serve as a member of the Senior Leadership Team.
    • Develop and implement an integrated strategic communications plan to advance PBC's brand identity, broaden awareness of its programs and priorities, and increase the visibility of its programs across key stakeholder audiences. ·
    • Oversee development of all PBC print communications including the annual report, newsletters, marketing collateral materials and electronic communications including PBC’s website and social media platforms (i.e. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Yelp, Google, YouTube, etc.
    • Prioritize media opportunities and prepare talking points, speeches, presentations, and other supporting material as needed.
    • Actively engage, cultivate, and manage press relationships to ensure coverage surrounding PBC’s programs, special events, public announcements, and other projects.
    • Lead the generation of online content to engage various audience segments that results in measurable action. Decide who, where, and when to disseminate.
    • Mentor and co-lead PBC team members responsible for PBC’s website administration and coordination to ensure that new and consistent information (article links, stories, and events) are posted regularly in line with strategic priorities.
    • Track and measure the level of engagement within the network over time. Track and measure the level of engagement within the network over time.


    • A minimum of 8-10 years fundraising and communications experience with progressive growth in responsibilities within a non-profit organization.
    • Advanced degree in Public Administration, Fundraising, Communications or related field.
    • Documented experience in successful annual campaign development, soliciting and securing major gifts from both private and public sources, and institutional planning.
    •  Significant experience working with Board(s) of Directors and Board Committees.
    • Prior experience supervising, coaching and collaborating in a fast-paced environment.
    • Proven ability to lead a fundraising effort that brings in $.5 million+ annually and grow it effectively.
    • Superior presentation and interpersonal skills, and the capacity to inspire and motivate prospective donors; confident and persuasive communicator, with excellent writing skills.
    • Goal-oriented, entrepreneurial spirit with ability to generate ideas and move forward with a well-designed plan.
    •  Excellent written skills with a high level of attention to detail and an ability to meet competing deadlines.
    • A successful track record in setting priorities and a multi-tasker with the ability to wear many hats in a fast-paced environment.
    • Keen analytic, organization and problem solving skills which support and enable sound decision making.
    • Able to use Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher; Donor Perfect; Constant Contact: Square Space; Twitter; LinkedIn; Yelp, Instagram, YouTube; etc.
    • Must be able to work extended hours, some weekends, and travel to Blairstown Campus as needed.        Exceptional communication and relationship building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders in a multi-cultural environment.
    • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, professionalism, a commitment to lead by example, and dedication to the mission of PBC.

    Additional Information:

    • Full-time employment
    • Compensation based upon experience
    • Fifteen vacation days, 6 sick days and 12 holidays provided annually
    • Employer contributes to 401(K)
    • Health, dental and vision insurance provided
    • Intended start date is September 2015

    To Apply: View the complete job posting at and email resume, cover letter, and salary history to  Please include that you found this opening through the Center for Non-Profits.  Deadline for applications is July 31, 2015, but applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so please consider applying early to ensure your application is reviewed.   People of color are strongly encouraged to apply. PBC is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive hiring and dedicated to diversity in its work and staff.

    New Jersey Prevention Network: Prevention/Public Health Associate (two positions available)

    Posted: July 2, 2015
    Location: Lakewood, NJ

    Summary: The New Jersey Prevention Network is a public health agency working to prevent substance abuse, addiction and other chronic diseases by building capacity among professionals, fostering positive collaboration among providers, and strengthening the field of prevention through the use of evidence-based practices and strategies.


    • Coordinating and providing training and technical assistance to public health professionals including substance abuse professionals.
    • Coordinating and managing a statewide prevention coalition.
    • Managing prevention programs, media campaigns, and newsletters to support prevention programs.
    • Collecting evaluation-related data and working with outside evaluators, as appropriate, to analyze data and create reports.
    • Supporting NJPN projects, grants and events as required, including logistics, and event planning.
    • Preparing and submitting required program reports for funders.
    • Traveling within state is required throughout each month; Out of state travel required on occasion.
    • Other duties as assigned.


    • Bachelor’s Degree in public health or related field.
    • Training in alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention a plus.
    • Minimum 2 to 5 years of experience in public health, tobacco control, and/or substance abuse prevention required.
    • We are particularly looking for individuals with:
      • Experience working with military personnel, coalition coordination, and/or evidenced-based practices.
      • Experience with tobacco control initiatives and knowledge of smoke-free housing and outdoor ordinances.
    • Excellent writing skills required. Excellent computer skills, proficiency with Microsoft Office programs required

    To Apply: Submit cover letter and resume to

    Community Access Unlimited: Director of Development 

    Posted: July 1, 2015
    Location: Elizabeth, NJ

    Community Access Unlimited, an expanding Union County social service agency, is seeking a dynamic Coordinator of Development to enhance the mission and goals of the Agency.


    • Writing the annual Business Plan
    • Expand funding for the Agency
    • Complete local, state and federal applications that match Agency's identified priorities
    • Attends required conferences, trainings, staff meetings, and other meetings/events as requested


    • Excellent communication skills, verbal and written
    • Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) preferred
    • 2 years of relevant experience
    • Flexible hours including evenings and weekends
    • Strong leadership skills
    • Highly organized and self-motivated
    • Excellent computer skills including Microsoft office and social media
    • Car to use for work purposes
    • Proven experience in grant writing


    • Tuition Assistance
    • Legal Services
    • Longevity/Anniversary Recognition
    • Dental Insurance
    • Life Insurance
    • Long-term Disability Insurance
    • Medical Insurance
    • Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)
    • 401(K)
    • Project Assistance Loans/Grants
    • Staff Recruitment Incentive
    • Paid Time Off (PTO)

    To Apply: Email resume and salary requirements to

    Community Access Unlimited: Accounting Supervisor 

    Posted: July 1, 2015
    Location: Elizabeth, NJ

    Community Access Unlimited, an expanding Union County social service agency, is seeking a qualified Accounting Supervisor to help within a busy accounting office, to oversee a variety of tasks.


    • Helps maintain an orderly accounting system
    • Complies with local, state, and federal reporting requirements and tax filings
    • Ensures that required documentation is complete and is in compliance with regulations and standards
    • Helps with other accounting and/or administrative duties as required
    • Supervising the day to day activities of accounting staff


    • Highly organized and self-motivated
    • Excellent computer and Microsoft Office skills, especially Excel
    • Experience with business applications a plus, such as payroll and accounting software * Excellent communication skills, verbal and written
    • Excellent interpersonal skills to interact professionally with customers, vendors, and staff
    • Reliable transportation
    • Valid driver's license
    • Related Business Degree
    • Previous Payroll, Real Estate, AP & AR experience


    • Medical Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • 401(K)
    • Life Insurance
    • Tuition Assistance
    • Paid Time Off (PTO)
    • Legal Services
    •  Longevity/Anniversary Recognition
    •  Long-term Disability Insurance
    •  Short-term Disability Insurance
    •  Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)
    • Project Assistance Loans/Grants
    • Staff Recruitment Incentive 

    To Apply: Email resume and salary requirements to