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Advancement and Executive Assistant

Company: Richmond Symphony

Date posted: November 20, 2018



Reports To

Executive Director/Director of Advancement & Patron Communications


Full Time (Exempt)

Job Summary
General statement regarding the overall function, scope and purpose of the work to be performed.

The Advancement & Executive Assistant will provide clerical and administrative support to the Executive Director, Director of Advancement & Patron Communications, the Board of Directors and the fundraising team. This position is responsible for administration and upkeep of the Bloomerang fundraising database, processing donations and coordinating with box office staff when compiling and analyzing data for use in donor acquisition and engagement. This position will track contributed revenue of the department and serve as a liaison with the Finance department. This staff member will also assist in communications and scheduling among Symphony Leadership, contacts and the general public.


  • Serve as staff liaison for the Board of Directors and select Board Committees.
  • Prepare for and execute monthly Board of Directors meetings and quarterly Richmond Symphony Foundation meetings, as well as take minutes in those meetings.
  • Administers Bloomerang fundraising database, ensuring accuracy of gift records and constituent information
  • Responsible for the creation of an accurate donor listing for inclusion in concert programs
  • Assist APC team members with data analysis, list generation, direct mail and electronic fundraising campaigns and related initiatives
  • Coordinate and maintain schedule as needed for the Executive Director and Director of Advancement and Patron Communications
  • Maintain Board and Staff Member rosters
  • Maintain Board website and calendar
  • Gift processing including check copying, data input, managing acknowledgement process and reconciliation with finance department
  • Other special projects and tasks as assigned


Successful performance in this position requires an individual with excellent organizational skills, including attention to detail and efficient time management, and a positive attitude that will enhance relationships with Board members and outside parties. 

The individual should possess a commitment to providing courteous service and being the best possible “face” of the organization, as well as the ability to collaborate creatively and work effectively with internal and external partners. The ideal candidate’s qualifications include:

    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
    • Bachelor's degree
    • Experience with database work (fundraising databases a plus)
    • Careful attention to detail to ensure accuracy entering and editing donor information, preparation of Board and committee minutes, and smoothly run Board meetings
    • Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment with limited resources
    • Computer literacy including word processing, spreadsheet, and database software systems are required.
    • Proven track record of effective time management, flexibility and strong organizational skills
    • Commitment to the principles of teamwork and shared responsibility
    • Ability to multi-task and meet simultaneous deadlines
    • Ability to handle confidential conversation, correspondence and records
    • Ability to relate positively to a diverse group of people including staff, board members and patrons


    • Work is performed in a fast paced environment.
    • Parking is provided.
    • The Richmond Symphony strives to create an environment that practices shared values inclusive of the following: Mutual Respect, Empathy, Integrity, Transparency, Trust, Insistence on Excellence, Hunger for Success, Passion, Creativity and Fun. 

    To Apply

    Please send cover letter and resume by 12/7/18 to No phone calls accepted.

    Board Liaison & Stewardship Manager

    Company: Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden 

    Date posted: November 19, 2018

    Direct Supervisor:

    Alice Baker, Advancement Director



    Job Category:



    Richmond, VA

    Travel Required:

    Limited primarily local/regional

    Level/Salary Range:

    Commensurate with experience




    Alice Baker

    Position Type:

    Full - time

    Date Posted:

    November 19, 2018

    Posting Expires:

    December 7, 2018

    Garden Overview

    Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden was founded in 1984 as a community oriented, nonprofit garden. After 33 years, the Garden now encompasses 82 acres, four lakes, 5,500 unique taxa of plants within 15 distinct outdoor gardens, 11 major buildings including a conservatory and greenhouse, plus an 80-acre branch site, the Lewis Ginter Nature Reserve. In 2017 we welcomed, taught, energized, and engaged over 400,000 guests with stunning botanical displays, inspiring exhibitions, entertaining activities, and over 800 formal and informal education offerings. We embarked on new and promising community engagement initiatives through the Beautiful RVA movement. We updated the strategic plan and continued priority project planning within the scope of the 2016 master site plan. Our 100 full- and part-time staff joined with 690 volunteers and 12,000 member households to live into the Garden’s mission to connect people through plants to improve communities.

    We do this through a broad variety of mission related activities and enterprise business services. We try to pattern ourselves on extraordinary programs and institutions nationwide, and where there are no examples, we intend to lead. We aspire to be a Garden that is representative in every way of the diverse community we serve.

    Job Description

    As Board Liaison this position carries responsibility for all general correspondence with our Board of Directors (BOD), BOD Committees, Board of Associates (BOA), and Emeriti Advisory Council. Meeting preparation, set up, agenda, minutes, and all operational functions are the responsibility of the Board Liaison. The Board Liaison is the primary staff person supporting the BOA, responsible for BOA recruitment, guidance and mission-driven activities. The Board Liaison is responsible for staffing and supporting all BOD and BOA events, including the BOD sponsored annual fund-raising event Splendor.

    As manager of Stewardship, the position ensures the successful operation of a comprehensive stewardship program that involves donors, board members, and key volunteers.


    • Coordinate with Executive Director in the management of all communication with the Board of Directors, Board Committees, and the Emeriti Advisory Council
    • Provide guidance to and support for the Board of Associates as the responsible staff person.
    • Recruit new members for the Board of Associates
    • Execute all board and board committee meetings including the recording of minutes.
    • Develop and manage a robust stewardship program for all Garden donors
    • With the Director of Advancement plan and execute all Advancement events
    • In consultation with the Advancement Director and the Executive Director, plan, implement, and analyze key fundraising activities along with staff and the Board Advancement Committee
    • Assume leadership of event planning and fundraising for Board of Associates events
    • Serve as the staff liaison for Board of Associates events; providing direction to event chairs and committees, and the Executive Forum
    • Recruit, train, and supervise key volunteers for BOD and BOA events, including Splendor.
    • Develop and implement stakeholder recognition including donor and volunteer appreciation
    • Promote Board of Associate events through any Board of Associate social media presence including the Garden website, email, social media, and print
    • Manage event inquiries and communication via email, social media, mail, and phone
    • In consultation with the Director of Advancement, plan and execute two to three Planned Giving Society stewardship events per year
    • Support Garden staff and boards with other projects and events as requested

    Education and Experience

    • Bachelor’s Degree required
    • Minimum of four (4) years professional experience in fundraising or special events planning required, preferably in a nonprofit setting
    • Strong organizational skills to plan, implement, and administer events and fundraising
    • Excellent communication skills, including written, verbal, and public speaking skills
    • Effective interpersonal skills and ability to work well with a diverse population
    • A high degree of integrity that garners the trust and respect of others
    • Dedication to principles of inclusion
    • A professional nature with the ability to meet deadlines and quickly establish priorities
    • Organizational skills with thoroughness, timeliness, and detail when working under pressure
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
    • Prior experience working with Raiser’s Edge preferred 

    Skills and Abilities

    • Must actively seek and accept authority and associated responsibilities for assigned duties
    • Must be well-informed in the fundraising field and adhere to strict deadlines and budgets
    • Excellent written, oral and personal communication skills
    • Must be well-organized, detail-oriented, results-oriented, proactive, productive, intelligent, cheerful, cooperative, polished, intuitive and empathetic
    • Ability to successfully prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously with suburb time management skills
    • High energy level preferred
    • Must be able to initiate, build and sustain relationships with volunteers, Board leadership, donors and fellow staff
    • Must be able to actively participate in the creation of long-range plans and related strategies for implementation, while demonstrating the ability to grasp, document, implement and execute underlying, detailed tactical plans.
    • Must possess a commitment to the Garden’s mission and its core values (aesthetics, responsibility, innovation, honesty/integrity, hospitality)

    ach employee of Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

    • Must comply with provisions of the current Employee Handbook, all published personnel policies and the requirements of their individual job descriptions
    • Must conduct herself or himself and perform all duties in a manner consistent with a public garden serving multigenerational and multicultural individuals and families, and in accordance with directed practices and procedures
    • Must be aware of surroundings and vigilant to threats to the safety of visitors, volunteers, and staff or to security of their property, ensuring that all concerns are reported promptly
    • Must report all mishaps, injuries, and incidents immediately and ultimately in writing to supervisor(s) and to the Executive Director
    • Must ensure compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations
    • Must perform other duties as assigned by supervisor


    Physical Demands / Working Conditions

    • Must be able to work occasional nights and weekends.
    • Must be able to travel through the Garden in adverse weather conditions.
    • Must be able to lift 30 lbs. and physically perform room set up, such as moving tables and chairs.
    • Must be able to stand for extended periods.

    Note: Duties described above, other duties and physical demands have been identified as essential.


    Please submit cover letter, resume, and Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Job Application to Alice Baker, Director of Advancement at

    Development Manager

    Company: Chesterfield Education Foundation

    Date posted: November 19, 2018

    The Chesterfield Education Foundation (CEF) was founded in 1989 by community and business leaders who recognized that public funds alone cannot adequately support ambitious efforts to advance student achievement in Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS). Chesterfield County Public Schools is an award-winning division working to prepare every student for success. With more than 60,000 students in 63 schools, CCPS is one of the 100 largest school divisions in the United States. Through the generosity of local individuals and businesses, the foundation provides financial support and volunteer services to various programs in the schools. Over the years, this support has included initiatives such as innovative academic programs, student scholarships, student mentoring, arts programs, and teacher recognition. CEF has aligned its mission and activities to support the goals and priorities of CCPS. By aligning with CCPS priorities, CEF strives to fulfill its vision to help every child have access to the tools and support they need in school to reach their full potential.

    More information about CEF may be found at

    Position Summary: The Development Manager will partner with the Executive Director and the development committee to successfully grow and steward Chesterfield Education Foundation’s donor portfolio. We anticipate that the Development Manager, as part of CEF’s overall development team (full-time staff, external contractors, and board members), will diversify and grow the current funding portfolio to at least $2 million annually by 2023 to support the strategic priorities of the foundation. The Development Manager will also provide direct support to MEGA Mentors organization efforts for fundraising support.

    The Development Manager position reports to the Executive Director and works in close partnership with the CEF and MEGA Mentors staff, boards, and other volunteers.

    Key Duties and Responsibilities

    Strategy Development and Implementation

    • Partner with the executive director and development committee (CEF&MEGA) to implement a yearly fundraising plan, to build revenues from individual donors, businesses, and foundations.
    • Support the executive director and development committee (CEF&MEGA) in initiating and developing key relationships and cultivating significant, multi-faceted funding partnerships.
    • Build collaborative relationships with partner organizations to create strategic funding alignments when possible.
    • Reflect and refine development practices regularly. 


    • Manage all aspects of related to external events (such as the Bravo! Awards, Wine Tasting, and others), including project planning, logistics management, communications, sponsorships, and overall event growth.
    • Coordinate with the Executive Director and others to ensure appropriate follow-up communications after events, including drafting communications when appropriate. 


    • Manage the production of annual appeals, donor acknowledgment, and reporting.
    • Work with organizational stakeholders and staff to deliver messaging that furthers Chesterfield Education Foundation’s brand in the community, including the development/management of quarterly newsletters, social media, and collateral materials.
    • Support the Executive Director in all communications with donors, partners, and other funders, including drafting and reviewing messaging, coordinating follow-up, and creating a communications calendar.
    • Assist in keeping all materials, external profiles, and websites up to date with current organizational information.

    Internal Management

    • Use the donor database (Bloomerang) to track all donor and prospect data
    • Lead efforts on individual and business donor prospecting and research.
    • Assist with grant writing or reporting as needed.
    • Support the development committee as needed with annual goals and strategies.
    • Train and support Foundation board members and volunteers involved in soliciting gifts on behalf of the Foundation

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    • A passion for public schools and a commitment to public education
    • Minimum of three years of experience in fundraising and development required; experience with individual giving, event management, and communications strongly preferred
    • Bachelor’s degree in a related field preferred
    • Ability to compellingly convey Chesterfield Education Foundation’s and MEGA’s mission, impact, needs across the community, and opportunities to partners
    • Knowledge of the philanthropic community and opportunities strongly preferred
    • Strong technology skills; experience using donor management systems, Office 365, and email marketing tools
    • Authentic, effective, and professional interpersonal skills; proven success in building relationships and working with diverse internal and external stakeholders
    • Strong skills in planning, organizing, attention to detail, and communication
    • Strong writing skills, with the ability to produce and edit work appropriate for external audiences with little oversight
    • Proven ability to take initiative, exercise sound judgment, follow-through on commitments, and work independently in a fast-paced environment

    Compensation: The salary for this regular, full-time, exempt position is in the high forties to low fifties and is commensurate with skills and experience.

    Additional Information:  This position requires a criminal background check prior to hiring. Occasional evening and weekend availability for events required. 

    To Apply: Please submit your resume, cover letter, and references to . Priority consideration will be given to applicants who address the listed qualifications and their interest in the mission and work of Chesterfield Education Foundation. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately, and the position will remain open until filled.

    Assistant/Associate Director of Development

    Company: McIntire School of Commerce Foundation at the University of Virginia

    Date Posted: October 24, 2018

    Part I: Organization Information

    Organization: McIntire School of Commerce Foundation
    Department: Development & Engagement
    Reports to: Associate Dean for Development & Alumni Engagement
    Supervises Directly: N/A

    Part II: Position Summary

    The McIntire School of Commerce Foundation at the University of Virginia seeks an Assistant/Associate Director of Development to join the School’s Development & Engagement team. The Assistant/Associate Director of Development is a frontline fundraiser responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding prospects and donors for the McIntire School of Commerce. The Assistant/Associate Director will have a significant role in the McIntire School’s Inspire the Next Century campaign as part of the University of Virginia’s Honor The Future campaign. This position may be based in Charlottesville, Virginia or in the Northern Virginia/D.C. region.

    Part III: Responsibilities

    • Build and manage a portfolio of current and prospective annual and major-gift level donors ($100K+) within an assigned region, and move them toward giving levels that achieve annual and long-range fundraising goals for the McIntire School of Commerce.

    • Advance the mission of the School by raising support for key priorities including students, faculty, curriculum and research, and physical space.

    • Create personalized strategies to cultivate, solicit, and steward individuals within his/her portfolio.

    • Plan and execute 12-15 substantive visits monthly to current and prospective McIntire donors within portfolio and assigned region.

    • Travel planning - including budget, event planning, donor visits, and timely follow up.

    • Work with McIntire School leadership, faculty, and volunteers to engage prospects and to develop and implement cultivation and solicitation plans.

    Part IV: Qualifications

    To fulfill the responsibilities associated with this position, the successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and previous fundraising or sales experience. Demonstrated success with individual solicitation in an education, nonprofit, or corporate setting is preferred. Experience in planned giving or estate planning is beneficial. The position requires frequent travel and diligent preparation and follow-up. Organization, initiative, flexibility, superior communication skills, and the ability to work both independently and in coordination with colleagues are absolutely vital to success in this position. The proven ability to exercise discretion and good judgment; the ability to work well with a variety of diverse constituents; excellent written and verbal communication skills; and attention to detail are a must. An enthusiastic, positive, “hands-on, take charge” personality and open communication style are desired. Some evening and weekend work is expected.

    Part V: Application Process

    Interested applicants should email resume and cover letter to Brandy Amos, Human Resources Coordinator, at The position is open until filled. The McIntire School of Commerce Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Assistant or Associate Director for Alumni & Parent Engagement

    Company: University of Virginia

    Date posted: October 17, 2018

    Anticipated Hiring Range:  $50,000 - $58,000

    Posting Date: 10/15/2018

    Posting Number: 0624294

    This position within the Office of Engagement manages and coordinates the efforts to build regional engagement activities for alumni, parents and friends both in domestic and international territories. This position will be filled at either the assistant or the associate level depending on the successful candidate's experience, knowledge, and competencies. 

    The Associate Director will have a proven record of managing and working with volunteers domestically or internationally. The Assistant Director and Associate Director position coordinates the establishment and growth of UVA Clubs through ongoing communications and leadership training with alumni, families, and friends of the University of Virginia. The incumbent also establishes and maintains relationships with schools, units, and development colleagues to further engage constituents in the life of the University. The incumbent conducts engagement visits, cultivates and stewards constituents, and conducts annual giving solicitations of UVA Club leaders. 
    This is a restricted position and continuation is based on availability of funds. 

    For a full position description, visit

    To apply, visit  and search on Posting Number 0624294. 

    Complete a job application online and attach a targeted cover letter indicating the functional area(s) for which they are applying and how their qualifications allow them to contribute to the programs/services of the functional area(s), resume, and contact information for three references. 

    For questions about the position or application process please contact Chris Cunningham at

    The University of Virginia is fundamentally committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and staff. UVA is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. We welcome nominations of and applications from women, members of minority groups, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. We also welcome others who would bring additional dimensions of diversity to the University's research and teaching mission.

    Director of Development

    Company: James River Association

    Date posted: October 9, 2018

    Founded in 1976, the James River Association (JRA) is the oldest and largest river conservation group in Virginia and the only organization solely dedicated to protecting and restoring the James River. JRA has offices in Richmond, Lynchburg, and Williamsburg, as well as the James River Ecology School on Presquile National Wildlife Refuge. JRA pursues its vision of a fully healthy James River that supports thriving communities through its four approaches – awareness, appreciation, action and advocacy – and its four core values: We are optimistic; We are catalysts; Credibility is our currency; and Community drives everything we do. For more information about JRA, visit our website at



    Position Summary: The Director of Development is responsible for creating, implementing and managing all of JRA’s fundraising and donor relationship activities. Working with the CEO and the Board of Directors, the position will manage a portfolio of current and prospective donors and will be expected to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward these individuals, corporations and foundations. The successful candidate will be expected to spend time meeting and communicating with key individuals and organizations, and identify potential partners whose interests align with JRA’s mission. The position will also be responsible for overseeing the management and execution of a proposed campaign effort, working in close conjunction with the CEO, board, volunteers and campaign counsel. The Director of Development will staff the Fund Development Committee of the Board of Directors and will report to the CEO and serve on the JRA management team along with the Director of Programs and Director of Operations and Events.


    The successful applicant will have demonstrated ability to:

    • Prepare a comprehensive annual plan for JRA’s development activities to support the short- and long-term philanthropic needs of the organization.
    • Successfully manage a portfolio of donors and prospects (individuals, corporations and foundations) to meet revenue goals.
    • Develop specific strategies to continually identify, cultivate, and solicit individuals and organizations capable of making major gifts to the organization.
    • Develop and write fundraising proposals, working closely with the CEO and other members of the board and staff.
    • Work with and supervise JRA’s development team including:
      1. Communications Coordinator whose responsibilities include membership appeals, renewals and tracking
      2. Grant Manager who leads grant proposal submissions and grant reporting
      3. Web and Database Coordinator who manages JRA’s website, social media accounts and the constituent database system (a Saleforce derived program)
    • Set goals and develop strategies to increase contributed income. 
    • Monitor status of revenue streams and adjusts workplan to address any changes from budget.
    • Working with the Director of Operations and Events, plan, manage and implement key fundraising and cultivation events.
    • Oversee and direct JRA’s marketing efforts including written and electronic materials describing the organization and its work.
    • Ensure that accurate and thorough records are maintained in the database, including contact reports, giving history, biographical data, etc.
    • Support CEO with other duties as assigned to advance the understanding, cause, mission and the support of JRA.


    The successful applicant will have the following qualifications:

    • At least 5 years of leadership experience and documented success in fundraising and development.
    • Experience working with major donors and board members.
    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills used with a variety of constituencies.
    • Computer skills, particularly in word processing and record-keeping (Microsoft Word and Excel), fund raising software (Salesforce based database) and familiar with internet communication and search tools.
    • Be able to take initiative and work independently, with attention to detail and ability to work autonomously in a deadline-driven environment.
    • Be able to think strategically and creatively about opportunities to raise funds, manage competing priorities, and work well with colleagues.
    • Demonstrate a commitment to environmental and conservation issues, especially as related to the James River.
    • Be willing to travel throughout James River watershed to meet with donors.

    JRA offers a dynamic and flexible work environment, including a generous paid time off policy, health, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance, and a matching program for tax-deferred retirement savings. Salary will be commensurate with experience. JRA is an equal opportunity employer.

    To apply for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter with salary history by email to or by mail to:

    James River Association
    Attn: Development Director Search
    211 Rocketts Way, Suite 200
    Richmond, VA 23231

    Resumes will be reviewed as they are received.  The position will remain open until filled, but interviews will be scheduled with selected applicants starting October 22, 2018.

    Executive Director

    Company: Carolina Honduras Health Foundation (CHHF)

    Date posted: October 5, 2018

    JOB LOCATION: The employee filling this position will primarily work from home and must have a high speed internet service and dedicated office space available. Some travel is required.

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: The Executive Director will have a great deal of latitude in fulfilling the responsibilities of the position and will report to the President of the Board for general oversight and direction. Specifically the Executive Director will:

    • Be responsible both strategic and operational leadership of all aspects of the work of CHHF. The person in this position will ensure programmatic excellence, rigorous program and staffing evaluations, consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, volunteer engagement and communications.

    • Be proactively involved in building and maintaining a strong governing board that can provide technical expertise and oversight of the organization.

    • Work with President, staff, volunteers and the Board of Directors in cultivating and securing philanthropic support, including but not limited to current and potential supporters, corporations, and foundations. This includes research on potential sources of funding and submitting proposals to potential funders and foundations.

    • Provide direction and oversight for all programs and operations of CHHF in both the United States and Honduras.

    • Engage constituents and others through strategic communications to elevate visibility and strengthen the CHHF brand, including material for distribution through social/new media channels. This will include the development of the regular monthly mail to constituents to include Newsletters, Letters from President or Executive Director, fund-raising letters and other communications.

    • Engage, coordinate, teach, coach and inspire Staff, the Board of Directors, Team Leaders and Constituents to be active fundraisers and promoters for CHHF programs.

    • Ensure follow-through actions needed to fulfill the goals and objectives in the Strategic Plan.

    • Travel will include attendance at Board of Director meetings, for the recruitment of potential major donors, and at least two trips annually to Honduras to participate with a mission team. 


    • Must be a self-starter with ability to work independently without supervision and achieve significant results.

    • Proven ability to guide a growing non-profit toward developing and achieving goals and objectives to meet the needs of the communities served.

    • Demonstrable commitment and interest in CHHF mission.

    • At least 3 years relevant non-profit experience, including at least two of the following areas of work: fundraising, constituent engagement, grant development and communications.

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Non-Profit Management, Business Administration, English, Communications or related field.

    • Excellent computer skills including in-depth knowledge and use of Microsoft Office products.

    • Experience in use of Donor Management CRM software such as Salsa.

    • Proven record in developing and implementing successful fundraising programs including the use of Social Media.

    • Ability to develop a strong social media and internet presence for CHHF.

    • Ability to inspire and lead others to participate in the promotion of CHHF programs.

    • Management experience and strong organizational skills.

    • Positive demeanor with great affection for other people and ability to function well in both a leadership and support role.

    • Strong oral and written communication skills in English, ability to communicate in Spanish is also preferable.

    • Able to understand both American and Hispanic cultural contexts in relationship-building.


    • Compensation: $45 – 55,000 salary and benefits.

    • Full time/Exempt Position


    Interested candidates should send a CV and cover letter including salary history to the President, N. K. Hook, Jr at Include your Facebook and other social media accounts in your communications.


    The Carolina Honduras Health Foundation (CHHF) was formed in South Carolina as a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization in 1995 to provide free medical, dental, ophthalmic care to the poor and needy along the Caribbean Mosquito Coast and inland to nearby mountains in the Department of Colon, Honduras. This includes the village of Limón, 23 hamlets, and a rural area encompassing 633.4 square kilometers. In 2014 CHHF began serving an additional 6 hamlets in the Chapagua area near Trujillo, with a population of about 6,000. Volunteer teams also travel to distant villages and set up clinics in schools or churches in order to reach some who have no opportunity to receive medical care.

    As the second poorest country in the Americas, Honduras has limited medical care throughout the country; vast areas have little access to general medical care and no access to specialized services. With a population in excess of 8 million, 64 percent live in poverty ($2 per day per person) and 36 percent in extreme poverty. In the areas served by the Carolina Honduras Health Foundation, the percentage living in extreme poverty is even higher.

    Approximately 19 volunteer teams from the US serve the CHHF clinics in Honduras during the months of February through October annually.

    CHHF staff includes one half-time position in the United States responsible for financial management and 9 positions in Honduras reporting to the Director of Honduran Operations. In addition volunteers help with the oversight and management of various programs.


    The following was adopted by the Board of Directors in May 2018.

    Mission Statement – “The mission of the Carolina Honduras Health Foundation (CHHF) is to establish and maintain centers for providing medical, dental and ophthalmic health care services in the Department of Colon, Honduras. Through these centers, CHHF is working with community leaders in local villages to develop and promote programs designed to improve overall community health.”

    Vision Statement“Working in partnership with an involved local community, CHHF supports the provision of quality health care for all citizens of the Department of Colon, Honduras in a manner that preserves individual dignity, sustainability, and commitment to continuous quality improvement, community engagement and growth”

    Core Values – In recognition that our work can only be satisfactorily accomplished in partnership with others, we list these core values:

    • Our supporters and volunteers are the quintessence of our organization.

    • Our US and Honduran partners are vital to the success of our mission and are depended upon to provide direction to our work.

    • In all things and in all ways we will treat others with dignity and respect.

    • We will encourage and support partnerships with the communities in which we work.

    • We will endeavor to be transparent in all we do through communications with our staff, constituents, supporters and volunteers. 

    For more information visit our website or connect with us through Facebook @CarolinaHondurasHealthFoundation or email

    Staff Accountant

    Company: Virginia’s Community Colleges

    Date posted: October 5, 2018

    Job Description:

    The Staff Accountant will provide leadership in the planning, direction, and implementation of activities in the areas of accounting and business, and exercise responsibility for finance and budget related activities.  



    • A Bachelor's degree or combination of relevant education and experience that provide the required level of knowledge, skills and ability to successfully perform the functions of the job requirements.
    • Proven knowledge of accounting principles and practices, specifically FASB principles related to fund accounting
    • Ability to interpret FASB standards and apply them accurately when preparing financial statements for external audit purposes
    • Working knowledge of GAAP
    • Ability to interface with external auditors and provide detail as needed to support financial reporting presentation
    • Ability to compile and analyze financial information, reach conclusions and recommend solutions
    • Excellent analytic, problem solving, and prioritization skills
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
    • Mastery of Microsoft Excel and general ledger software
    • Demonstrated ability to develop and implement improved practices to enhance effectiveness
    • Demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple projects and tasks to meet deadlines
    • Ability to monitor and maintain levels of excellent customer service to affiliated boards
    • Independent self-starter, capable of using initiative and making substantive decisions quickly
    • Evaluate financial transactions for compliance with all state and IRS guidelines as needed


    • CPA certification 

    The Virginia Community College System (VCCS) is a group of experienced and highly motivated individuals in a community-friendly work environment supporting our important public service mission and our Strategic Plan, Complete 2021. We educate 225,000 credit students annually and over 150,000 non-credit students at 23 Community Colleges with over 40 campus locations. Our mission is to provide comprehensive higher education and workforce training programs and services of superior quality that are financially and geographically accessible and that meet the individual, business, and community needs of the Commonwealth. The VCCS aims to­ become a model institution for diversity and invites multicultural professionals from all backgrounds to contribute to its aspiration for building an inclusive community where everyone is given equal opportunity to reach their full potential.  If you are looking for a new challenge and like a high-energy environment making a difference in people's lives, then you'll love working with Virginia's Community Colleges.

    The VCCS System Office is located in the beautiful Arboretum Business Park off of Midlothian Turnpike in southwest of Richmond.  Please keep this in mind as you consider this position.

    This position is defined as a restricted classified position and is dependent upon the continuation of funding. The individual hired will be required to serve a one-year probationary period. The VCCS offers competitive compensation along with excellent benefits and opportunity for career development.

    Hiring Range:  Up to $70,000.  Salary commensurate with education and work experience.  

    Application Instructions:

    To apply for this position, qualified applicants must complete the online information section and questions, and attach a resume and cover letter with salary requirements for consideration.  This position will remain open until filled. Please visit to apply.

    Reference, background, and e-Verify checks are required for all VCCS positions.

    The Virginia Community College System is committed to fostering, cultivating, and sustaining a culture of diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  The VCCS encourages applications from women, minorities, veterans, and those with disabilities in our effort to reflect our diverse society. Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during application and/or interview process per the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Contact 804-819-4685 for assistance. 

    Foundation & Corporate Relations Manager

    Company: Mind & Life Institute

    Date posted: October 5, 2018

    Title:                         Foundation & Corporate Relations Manager

    Reports to:               Director of Philanthropy

    Location:                   Charlottesville, VA

    Schedule:                  Monday - Friday

    Status:                      Full Time; Exempt

    Compensation:         Competitive Salary

    Benefits Include:  Group Health and Dental Insurance, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Insurance, 403(b) Plan, Profit Sharing Plan, Optional daily group meditation and Paid Time Off options   


    Position Summary:

    The Foundation & Corporate Relations Manager will assist in meeting the Mind & Life Institute’s fundraising goals through support of all areas of philanthropy work, with a primary focus on the management of a well-coordinated, strategic program to cultivate and solicit support from foundations and corporations.  

    • Strategically researches foundation and corporation grants and opportunities for sponsorship and underwriting for Mind & Life programs and activities. Packages Mind & Life’s existing programs for compelling presentations to funders. Creates opportunities for Mind & Life leadership to engage with funders via in person visits, video calls, and at Mind & Life events. Drafts and edits grant proposals and reports.
    • Works closely with Director of Philanthropy to prepare strategy and briefing documents for meetings with foundations and corporations; cultivation events for individuals.
    • Stewards relationships with existing donors and plays role in developing effective relationships with new donors. Represents Mind & Life at events and programs.
    • As a team member, plays creative role in Mind & Life fundraising email and direct mail campaign activity. Works closely with Philanthropy Associate to generate segmented, targeted lists for appeals and other philanthropy communications.
    • Maintains accuracy of tracking systems and databases for corporate and foundation constituents, while maintaining confidentiality of donor information. Prepares regular reports on corporate and foundation programs and major gifts.
    • Uses information and research tools available including WealthEngine to identify high propensity donor prospects. Leads donor qualification efforts, including letter generation and phone call and email follow up.
    • Provides input to annual fundraising plan with specific targets, goals, and responsibilities.
    • Completes other tasks and assignments as requested.



    • Bachelor’s degree required.
    • 3+ years of professional experience in development/philanthropy, preferably in a nonprofit organization.
    • In-depth experience (2+ years) with Sales Force or similar database required.
    • Knowledge of Wealth Engine, wealth intelligence services preferable.
    • Advanced proficiency in the use of office technology including MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and G Suite. Proficiency with Prezi and other presentation software desired.
    • Ability to effectively engage others at all levels and from different backgrounds. Comfortable with public engagement: ability to articulate Mind & Life mission, impact and financial need with prospects and donors.
    • Ability to handle confidential materials with discretion. Tremendous attention to detail, organization skills, process management, and goal orientation.
    • Excellent writing and editing skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to work successfully under pressure, understand and follow policies and procedures, and accommodate change.
    • Strong commitment to organizational mission of the Mind & Life Institute.


    Additional Information: 

    • Occasional travel will be
    • Please submit your cover letter and resume to using the subject line “Foundation & Corporate Relations Manager.”
    The position is open until filled.

    Development Associate

    Company: MIMA (Modern Improvisational Music Appreciation)

    Date posted: September 24, 2018

    MIMA (Modern Improvisational Music Appreciation) Music is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that aims to engage and enrich communities through music improvisation. We deliver collaborative songwriting programs through K-12 educational institutions and community organizations in the US and in collaboration with the US Dept. of State abroad, providing an alternative to the standard school music curriculum that prioritizes creation, relationship-building and fun.

    Learn more about us:

    MIMA is looking for a part-time development associate reporting directly to the Executive Director to create and implement a fundraising strategy in central Virginia. Fundraising activities include but are not limited to business outreach (e.g. fundraising presentations, cold solicitation, fundraising event organization), individual donor outreach (e.g. in-person, social media, and email solicitation), and fundraiser organization. Some of these activities will take place in collaboration with partner organizations. A strong candidate will also be able to develop and implement a long-term strategy for increasing organizational awareness—and, in turn, fundraising outcomes—in the region.

    Hours are flexible, determined primarily by the schedule of prospective donors. Compensation is on par with industry standard and dependent on the candidate's level of experience.

    Candidates will be evaluated primarily based on previous fundraising success, especially in central Virginia, familiarity with development strategies and tools, familiarity with potential donors in the region, oral and written communication skills, organization, self-directedness/independence, and effectiveness working in a team.

    Send a resume and cover letter to to apply.

    Data Consultant

    Company: University of Virginia

    Date posted: July 27, 2018

    Anticipated Hiring Range: $70-84,000

    The Advancement Operations division of University Advancement is hiring a Data Consultant. We seek a highly-qualified professional who is a self-directed worker and learner, an innovative thinker, a creative and diligent problem-solver, and a collegial team player. 

    Data Consultants on the Advancement Business Intelligence team in Advancement Operations synthesize complex data; they develop strategic, actionable reports, dashboards and other tools to support the efforts of advancement managers & front line gift officers across Grounds, as well as other business units in University Advancement.

    A Bachelor's degree in a related field is required as are over 4 years of professional experience in research or data analysis. The preferred candidate will have experience with at least three of the following four programs / programming languages: SQL, Tableau, R, Python, JavaScript, and experience with the following:

    • using statistical software (e.g., R, SAS or SPSS)
    • Cognos (Report Studio and Query Studio) a plus
    • working with APIs
    • working in a data warehouse environment

    Preference will be given to the candidate with experience in advancement operations, business operations or fundraising analytics in a higher education setting. 

    The Data Consultant is innovative and proactive in reporting, analysis, and visualizations, and is responsible for the development of custom reports and dashboards; researching new and developing business intelligence (BI) technologies, tools and techniques; developing 'proof of concept' solutions to demonstrate benefits of new technologies and/or forecasting models.

    Data Consultants drive the fundraising process by initiating strategy meetings with clients; providing consultation regarding fundraising and engagement data and analysis; facilitating communication between units and development officers. Data Consultants are effective communicators, not just with data, but also through verbal and written communication; they work with a broad range of people (technical & non-technical professionals of all levels). Data Consultants are adept and comfortable consulting with clients to gather project specifications, as well as sharing results or other findings to clients.

    * This is a restricted position and continuation is dependent on funding *

    To apply, visit and search on Posting Number 0623680. Complete an application online, attach a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, and contact information for three references. The position will remain open until filled.

    For questions about this position or the application process please contact Chris Cunningham at

    The University of Virginia values diversity in all of its complexity and richness. We are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. 

    Open until filled.

    CV/Resume, Cover letter, 3 references