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Nonprofit Sector Job Opportunities

Compass frequently receives news of jobs in the nonprofit sector from our current and past clients. We are happy to publicize these positions to our volunteers. We see this information sharing as another chance to further our mission: to inspire the active engagement of business professionals with their local nonprofits to transform communities. Below is our current listing of nonprofit sector jobs.

If you know of other opportunities, please feel free to contact us!

Current Opportunities:

Society for Women’s Health Research, Director of Development
Writer’s Center, Executive Director

EveryMind, Human Resources Director

Society for Women’s Health Research
Director of Development 

The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR®) is in need of a highly effective visionary Director of Development to join its incredible team. SWHR is a thought leader in research on biological differences in disease and is dedicated to transforming women’s health through science, advocacy, and education. Founded in 1990, SWHR aims to bring attention to the variety of diseases and conditions that disproportionately or predominately affect women.

This senior level position is an integral member of the team, responsible for securing the funds necessary to support scientific programs, policy activities, and educational materials that further the mission of SWHR. The Director of Development designs, oversees, and implements fundraising campaigns and appeals. S/he also identifies opportunities to collaborate with like-minded organizations to further the mission of SWHR.

Writer’s Center, Executive Director

The Executive Director oversees a small, full-time staff, and must have a strong management background, a talent for written communications, grant writing and fundraising, skills in balancing budgets, and marketing and programming experience. Opportunities for creative leadership exist now as TWC undertakes the second phase of exciting office, workshop, and reading room renovations. Please see our website for our mission statement, events guide, and annual report. This is a full-time, professional position often requiring flexibility because of evening and weekend events. It operates on a budget of over a million dollars and has a growing Endowment. Salary and benefits are competitive. The search will continue until the position is filled.

EveryMind, Human Resources Director 

EveryMind is seeking an exceptional Director of Human Resources to serve on its management team with direct responsibility for the strategic planning, implementation, and evaluation of the human resources function. You will have responsibility for all Human Resources activities for approximately 90 employees across 20 locations. We are looking for a proven leader with a hands on style to help our rapidly growing, family friendly organization.

Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, this position manages all aspects of the HR functions and develops and implements the overall human resources strategy to support the organization’s business goals. Qualified candidates will possess proven expertise in a variety of Human Resources areas including performance management, recruitment & retention, compensation & benefit administration, employee relations, policy development, regulatory compliance, and risk management. This position works collaboratively with the management team and staff to ensure the success of Human Resources and other initiatives.

EveryMind is a growing private nonprofit and has served the community for 60 years by strengthening communities and empowering individuals to reach optimal mental wellness.

Position Requirements include:

Skills: Proven ability to balance strategic thinking and day-to-day operations. Strong background in principles and practices of Human Resources administration. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (oral & written.) Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks while working collaboratively as a team player. Solid PC/database and analytical skills.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field of study. PHR/SPHR certification preferred.

Experience: Five years of professional-level Human Resources generalist experience.

Qualified applicants should submit their resume and cover letter, including salary requirements to EOE.