Chapter Job Center

Want to post a job?

Have a job opening in Northern Arizona? There is no fee to post to the AFP Northern Arizona site. Email with your posting and we'll share it!

Executive Director, Prescott Meals on Wheels

Prescott Meals on Wheels (PMOW) enables adults to maintain independent living with safety and dignity by delivering nourishment, care and compassion.

Prescott Meals on Wheels provides:

1.       A nutritious, freshly prepared meal daily

2.       A wellness check 

3.       Precious moments of companionship

4.       Community resource referrals


PMOW enjoys an unbroken fifty year history of service to the communities of Prescott and Prescott Valley. PMOW has a clean balance sheet, a substantial financial reserve, a large and dedicated volunteer cadre and a committed Board.  The organization is highly regarded in the community and has wide local name recognition. PMOW has experienced a 40% increase in demand for service this year and is on track to serve a record 100,000 meals through home delivery and the on-site dining facility.

The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the overall operation of the organization and works closely with the Board of Directors, a staff of ten and 200 volunteers to actualize the mission.


Principle Duties and Responsibilities

I.     Manage the Organization:   Display superior organizational and managerial abilities; delegate responsibilities and tasks; establish an environment that leads to continuous improvement; implement the 2023 strategic plan; give and receive feedback; manage risk by establishing policies and procedures to prevent safety and legal issues; stay abreast of laws affecting non-profit operations; sign contracts; hire consultants as appropriate; hire, develop, evaluate, retain or terminate staff.


II.    Oversee Finances and Compliance:  Manage the budget process to ensure effective use of resources; ensure sound accounting practices; anticipate financial challenges; engage staff with budgeting process to promote understanding and buy-in; produce or oversee all reporting requirements.


III.  Manage Service Delivery:  Structure the organization to achieve integration, cooperation and efficiency; insist on accountability by seeking assessments of client satisfaction, workplace morale and donor satisfaction; assemble an effective team; create a passion for excellence among staff and volunteers; encourage and support staff success; acknowledge contributions; observe personnel and human resource policies and best practices; ensure excellent customer service; provide superior support and acknowledgment to the volunteer cadre.


IV.  Board Relations: Attend and provide support for all meeting and committee meetings as appropriate; report to the Board regularly and as needs arise; engage the skill set of individual members; impel members to greater service; be cognizant of the need for additional Board candidates.


V.   Resource Development, Marketing, Public Relations:  Demonstrate a passionate commitment to the organization to staff and the public; foster a culture of philanthropy among Board, volunteers and staff; communicate a compelling vision and organizational purpose; work with development staff and the Board to secure contributions for PMOW’s mission and vision; oversee marketing materials development and distribution; serve as the primary spokesperson for PMOW to the community, media, and other entities.


Minimum qualifications

Bachelor’s degree

Five or more years of senior management experience

Alternatively, any combination of education, training, and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the position's duties


Preferred qualifications

Experience working in a social service organization

Marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience that displays an ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders

Strong written and verbal communication skills

Past success working with a Board of Directors


Application to include CV, Statement of Interest

Application Deadline: April 14, 2023

Applications accepted at:


Position available July 1, 2023

Benefits package

Relocation allowance

Salary: 100,000+ DOE

Executive Director, Hopi Education Endowment Fund

Hopi Education Endowment Fund
Executive Director

Job Announcement

The Hopi Education Endowment Fund (HEEF) seeks a strategic and innovative leader with experience in nonprofit fundraising to serve as its new Executive Director. The successful candidate will succeed the founding Executive Director and take the reins of this well-established organization that supports educational opportunities for the Hopi people.

HEEF was established in November 2000 when the Hopi Tribal Council created the fund by allocating a founding gift of $10 million. With values instilled through traditional teachings, Hopi tribal leaders followed the visions of leaders before them, aspiring to ensure educational opportunities will continue to exist for the Hopi people. Recognizing education as a high priority, the Hopi Tribe identified the need to provide a secure source of funds for education.

The main purposes of the HEEF are to provide perpetual funding for:
      Financial assistance to Hopi students of all ages
      Educational research
      Educational Programs
      Charitable and Educational Activities

The new Executive Director will work with the HEEF Board to significantly expand fundraising capacity, build new collaborations with higher education institutions serving Hopi students, and create new programs to support lifelong learning in formal and informal settings. 

A detailed position description is available here:

To apply, submit a letter of interest addressing the requirements of the position, a resume, and a completed Hopi Tribal Human Resources application to:

Office of Human Resources

PO Box 123, Kykotsmovi, AZ 86039

Fax:  928-734-6611

Please contact LuAnn Leonard, Executive Director, at 928-734-2275 or for questions.

Position is open until filled. Application review will begin on May 1, 2023.