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Organization Position
Project Self-Sufficiency Multiple Openings
Mount Carmel Guild of Trenton Grant Writer Consultant
New Jersey State Alliance of YMCAs Executive Director
The Suppers Programs Administrator - part-time
Dress for Success Northern New Jersey Executive Director
The Community YMCA Senior VP of Development and Communications
New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence Domestic Violence Legal Helpline Advocate
New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence Executive Director
New Jersey Community Development Corporation Vice President of Development
Safe+Sound Somerset Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT) Coordinator
Womanspace Grant Writer - part-time
Service Employees International Union Regional Director
Advocates for Children of New Jersey Right from the Start NJ Campaign Coordinator
New Jersey Repertory Company Director of Development
Hyacinth AIDS Foundation Client Services Manager
Vision and Pathways Director of Finance
Anchor House Overnight Counselor
Safe + Sound Somerset Director of Development and Communications
New Jersey Citizen Action Grant Writer
New Jersey Citizen Action Community Educator
Pro Bono Partnership New Jersey Program Director

Project Self-Sufficiency: Multiple Openings

Posted: March 13, 2018
Location: Sussex, Hunterdon, or Warren, NJ 

Summary: The mission of Project Self-Sufficiency  is to support and empower low-income individuals and families to improve the quality of life for themselves and for their children through comprehensive family stability and person and economic self-sufficiency services.  There are several job opportunities listed below.

  • Director of Development
  • Volunteer Coordinator
  • Social Worker/Case Manager
  • Bi-Lingual Home Visitor
  • Spanish-Speaking Interpreter
  • Grant Writer
  • Community Resource & Outreach Specialist
  • After School Program Facilitators
  • Computer Instructors
  • Professional Driver
  • Evening Receptionist/Data Entry Clerk
  • Evening Childcare Provider
  • Day Care Center Teacher
  • Day Care Center Aides
  • Clinicians
  • Case Manager/Housing Specialist/Employment Specialist
  • Peer Specialists
  • Administrative/IT Services

See the complete listings for additional details on each position.

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Deborah Berry-Toon, Executive Director, Project Self-Sufficiency, 127 Mill Street, Newton, NJ  07860; or fax to 973-940-3501; or email to


Mount Carmel Guild of Trenton: Grant Writer Consultant

Posted: March 9, 2018
Location: Trenton , NJ

Summary: Mount Carmel Guild is a faith-based nonprofit serving the poor in Trenton and throughout Mercer County, New Jersey for 98 years. The Guild’s programs fill the most basic human needs – food for the hungry and nursing care for the elderly.

The Guild is seeking a grant writer. Responsibilities include conducting the full range of activities required to research, prepare, submit and manage grant proposals to existing and new funders.  The successful candidate will maintain the Guild’s current grant schedule and will work with the Guild’s small staff to strengthen grant proposals. A minimum of five years grant writing experience is required. This is a consultant position and compensation is negotiable.

To Apply: Interested candidates may submit their resume to Mary Inkrot, Executive Director, by April 15, 2018.


The Suppers Program: Administrator  - part-time

Posted: March 5, 2018
Location: Princeton and surrounding area

Summary: Are you ready to apply your administrative skills and friendly demeanor to the development and growth of a young nonprofit that is leading a path to vibrant health, one meal, one person at a time. Suppers is looking for an Administrator to be the glue that binds all activities—supporting programs, finance, development and communications. The candidate we are seeking is energetic, detail-oriented individual with flexible working style who is able to work independently and with the team of four part-time staff, Founder and 50 volunteers. This position involves working with people and relies on good interpersonal skills and positive demeanor.

The Administrator must be agile with various technologies and programs, including website management, accounting and database management. Experience with Mailchimp, Quickbooks, SalesForce and Linvio is a plus; willingness to learn is required.


  • Support Founder in implementing wide of programs, including registration and sett-up
  • Liaison to volunteer facilitators
  • Provide support for all Suppers programs (community events, Suppers meetings, workshops) and fundraising events
  • Manage online and email registration
  • Pick up mail, process checks, make bank deposits
  • Manage Quickbooks, run reports as needed
  • Enter donations into SalesForce; send donor acknowledgments
  • Generate donor reports and develop lists and merges for fundraising activities
  • Maintain updates on websites; format and post content
  • Manage production of print materials and publications, including newsletters, manuals and books, laminated materials, annual report, stationary, brochures, flyers, and other pieces
  • Manage Google Calendar and Shared Drive

Salary: $25 an hour

To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter describing how your experience and/or abilities relate to the responsibilities of the position to Catharine Vaucher, Director of Operations at Interviews are scheduled to being on April 9 with the goal of having the selected candidate start May 7. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.


Dress for Success Northern New Jersey: Executive Director

Posted: March 2, 2018
Location: Madison, NJ

Summary: Dress for Success Northern New Jersey, is committed to a world where all women are financially independent, are treated with dignity and respect and are directly impacting their lives and those of their families.  We aspire to a world that fully harnesses the power of women and recognizes their role in economic sustainability.

As we work to achieve this vision, we are looking to hire an Executive Director who will be responsible for the overall management and operations of the organization.  The ideal candidate will be responsible for managing a small team of employees as well as several contractors and the many volunteers who support the organization.  Additionally, you will work with the Board and Board Committees to establish vision, policies, strategic focus, priorities and general scope of programs to be delivered.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Develop an annual budget and strategic work plan in collaboration with the board on an annual basis.
  • Spearhead development and fundraising efforts to ensure there is an operating budget to support the activities of the affiliate.
  • Identify grant opportunities and develop proposals and produce required reporting.
  • Supervision and development of staff and creation of an annual plan which includes goals, objectives and a timeline for the programs and services to be implemented.
  • Create an engaging environment for both full-time employees and volunteers that encourages the participation in the operations, programs, fundraising and general needs of the organization.
  • Initiate updates to bylaws and maintain articles of incorporation.
  • Oversee the development of innovative initiatives, programs and services.
  • Oversee the development and coordination of events, new programs, workshops, website, etc.
  • Develop relationships with the media, other associations, organizations, and persons pertinent to the organization’s mission. 


  • Bachelor’s degree required with at least five years of progressive experience in a leadership position and three of those years managing a team.  Graduate degree preferred.
  • Previous experience working collaboratively and effectively with a board or has served in a leadership position on a nonprofit board.
  • Proven and successful history of asking and raising major gifts (10k plus) along with the ability to understand how to build the operational structure to reach development goals.
  • Strategic and creative thinker with a proven history of leading an organization to reach ambitious goals. ·         Stellar communication skills with the ability to listen, engage, inspire and educate.
  • Experience with the financial and operational side of a nonprofit or business including, but not limited to budgets, finances, audits and required reporting.
To Apply: All interested candidates, please forward your resume and cover letter to


The Community YMCA: Senior VP of Development and Communications

Posted: March 1, 2018
Location: Shrewsbury , NJ

Summary: The Senior Vice President of Development & Communications strategically plans and directs all aspects of the Community YMCA’s financial development, capital development initiatives, marketing and communications, public relations, donor stewardship, and grant research. This position is directly responsible for the planning, implementation, management and oversight of all marketing, public relations, fundraising and donor relations activities on behalf of The Community YMCA.

Salary Range: $95,000-120,000

View complete job description for additional details.

To Apply: Please apply online at Search for full-time opportunities.  Deadline for resumes is March 21, 2018.


New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence: Domestic Violence Legal Helpline Advocate

Posted: February 22, 2018
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: The New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence seeks a Domestic Violence Legal Helpline Advocate, who will provide effective, inclusive, and accessible domestic violence services to victims/survivors of domestic violence. 

Major Responsibilities include:

  • Answer the New Jersey Domestic Violence Legal Helpline during business hours and after hours based on helpline coverage schedule;
  • Conduct legal intakes and gather facts relevant to legal matters for the Helpline Attorney’s review;
  • Provide comprehensive, appropriate referrals to domestic violence victims/survivors;
  • Work closely with the Helpline Attorney to provide relevant, accurate, and competent legal information to victims/survivors of domestic violence;
  • Follow-up with victims/survivors and provide case management.

Salary: $40,000 - $45,000

View complete job description for additional details.

To Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to


New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence: Executive Director

Posted: February 22, 2018
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: The New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence Executive Director is an exciting and challenging position for an individual who seeks the opportunity to affect change in New Jersey. The Executive Director is the chief administrative official of NJCEDV and reports directly to the Board of Directors. She/he is responsible for providing visionary leadership as well as operational expertise.  As the chief spokesperson, she/he is to effectively communicate the mission and spirit of the domestic violence movement. The Executive Director (ED) is the principal resource to NJCEDV Board, staff, domestic violence programs, and all relevant governmental and community organizations. She/he is responsible to oversee and strengthen the organization’s infrastructure that supports the programs and its anticipated growth.

Primary responsibilities focus in the areas of administration, fiscal management, human resources, planning, programming, public relations, fund development and advocacy. 

View complete job description.

To Apply: Please send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to


New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Vice President of Development

Posted: February 22, 2018
Location: Paterson, NJ

Summary: New Jersey Community Development Corporation (NJCDC) is a multi-faceted community development and social service agency providing opportunities to transform lives in the historic city of Paterson, New Jersey.  We seek a creative, results-oriented, extremely hard-working and self-starting individual who can handle and prioritize multiple activities and responsibilities to serve as the Vice President of Development.  The Vice President is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the organization’s fund-raising, communications, and marketing activities and for serving as the organization’s key external affairs representative to diverse audiences.  Proven skills in identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding corporate and individual donors and foundations are essential, as are marketing skills and techniques to enhance the organization's profile. Specific responsibilities include: Develop and implement annual fundraising plan resulting in increased financial support; maintain and build upon the organization's existing base of donors; identify major gift donors; aggressively research potential grant sources and write grant proposals; initiate a capital campaign; and manage existing events and develop new special events.

Qualifications: Minimum of five years of progressively responsible development experience, demonstrated success in developing a strong major gifts program and in personally securing five figure and higher major gifts from individuals, grant writing success, attaining corporate and foundation grants, and some experience with capital campaigns. Bachelor's Degree required- Advanced Degree preferred.

To Apply: E-mail your resume with a thoughtful cover letter telling us about yourself, your skills, your experience and your interest in and qualifications for this position. Please include your salary requirements in your cover letter.  E-mail to Human Resources at (please put “VP of Development “in the subject line of email).    


Safe+Sound Somerset: Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT) Coordinator

Posted: February 16, 2018
Location: Hillsborough, NJ

Summary: The Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT) Coordinator for Safe+Sound Somerset will coordinate all DVRT activities for Somerset County including recruitment, training, and supervision of volunteer team members; liaison activities and training for team leaders, local, and county law enforcement; troubleshooting and evaluation of all response team activities, including:    

  • Execution and Oversight of DVRT program – ensures adherence to best practice standards.
  • Serves as primary point of contact for municipal, county, state, and local law enforcement and county Prosecutor’s Office.
  • Improves and assists in the implementation of call out procedures in collaboration with law enforcement and Prosecutor’s Office to maintain a standard protocol across all county municipalities.
  • Serves as a bridge between DVRT and agency services to ensure client needs are met.
  • Provides supervision, support, and guidance to DVRT members.
  • Works closely with DVRT members to develop team schedules for county municipalities.
  • Recruits, screens, and provides ongoing training to DVRT members.
  • Manages and reports program data.
  • Expands and improves services as needed.
  • Represents agency in county and statewide committees, attends county Domestic Violence Working Group meetings.
  • Attends and actively participates in weekly supervision, staff meetings, in-services, etc.
  • Participates in New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic violence (NJCEDV) meetings as appropriate.
  • Supports agency Mission, Vision, and Values.
  • Other duties as directed by supervisor and Executive Director.

Performance Standards:

  • Must pass a comprehensive background and motor vehicle check.
  • Participates in domestic violence training and demonstrates an appropriate level of understanding consistent with job responsibilities.
  • Demonstrates skills and competencies necessary to meet standards of the job responsibilities and functions.
  • Performs all duties and demonstrates behaviors and attitudes consistent with the agency’s mission and core values.
  • Participates in building and maintaining positive & respectful working relationships through effective communication, performance improvement and teamwork.
  • Demonstrates cultural competence and provides services without bias.
  • Be of good character and reputation; sufficient physical and mental health to satisfactorily perform job duties and maintain regular, punctual attendance.
  • Accomplishes individual and team goals/objectives established by supervisor at onset of employment and/or based on prior performance evaluations.
  • Works within agency safety and confidentiality policies and guidelines.

Job Skill Requirements:

  • Highly motivated, self-starter, with excellent problem solving skills. Ability to work both independently and as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Ability to interface and collaborate with various social systems including, law enforcement and Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office
  • Skilled in public speaking and training techniques

Required Minimum Education & Experience:

  •  BA in Criminal Justice, Social Work, Education or related field
  • DVS or 5+ years working with domestic violence preferred
  • Experience working with law enforcement preferred
  • 40 hour domestic violence training certificate preferred
To Apply: Email resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to


Womanspace: Grant Writer (part-time)

Posted: February 15, 2018
Location: Lawrenceville, NJ

Summary: Womanspace has an immediate opening for a part-time Grant Writer. The responsibilities include researching, planning, organizing and managing grant activity. The Grant Writer will work with the Director of Development, Executive Director, Program Directors and other staff as necessary, to establish and develop proposal ideas, annual agency grant plan, and goals. The Grant Writer will also maintain annual "master list" of grant applications pending and results. Hours are flexible, 15-20 hours per week in our Lawrenceville office.

Must have a Bachelor's Degree and a minimum of 5 years’ experience researching and writing grants and stewardship of active grants.

To Apply: All interested candidates, please forward your resume to Lauren Nazarian at


Service Employees International Union - Committee of Interns and Residents: Regional Director 

Posted: February 12, 2018
Location: Newark or Jersey City, NJ

Summary: The Committee of Interns and Residents, the largest resident physicians' union in the country, is looking for a Regional Director to oversee the work in New Jersey, Washington DC, Boston and Miami. It is preferred, but not required that the Regional Director be based in New Jersey.  As the Regional Director, you will have the opportunity to develop staff, maintain a presence in the field and lead strategic campaigns and collective bargaining.   

The Regional Director performs a wide range of duties, including but not limited to the following:

  • Supervises, develops and ensures organizing staff are achieving local, statewide and national goals.
  • Responsible for member leader development, membership engagement, and organizing members around contract enforcement at the worksite.
  • Maintains accurate records and database.
  • Leads collective bargaining in private and public sector chapters, through the development of the bargaining team, researching of proposals and training staff on the process.
  • Production of written communications and reports, to the membership, union leadership, and employers as needed. 
Salary: $90,000

To Apply:
A resume and cover letter are required for all applications. Your cover letter should explain your reason for wanting to work for CIR, an example of how you demonstrated success in a similar position and a description of how this position fits into your long-term career plan. Please send your resume and cover letter to with the Subject Line: Regional Director or apply online.


Advocates for Children of New Jersey: Right from the Start NJ Campaign Coordinator

Posted: February 9, 2018
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: Are you an advocate? Are you looking for the opportunity to make a difference for children? Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ) is looking for the right individual to coordinate our new campaign for young children, Right from the Start NJ.

The goal of Right from the Start NJ is to ensure that every young child in New Jersey, from birth to age 3, has the opportunity for the best possible start in life, at a time when his or her development is most rapid. The campaign will advocate for investments in critical policies and programs to expand opportunities for high-quality early education, support parents as their child’s first and best teachers and access to appropriate health care.  

Position Summary:  The Right from the Start NJ campaign coordinator will be responsible for overall management of the project. This will include developing and implementing the advocacy strategy, building coalitions, mobilizing local advocates, organizing events and communicating with state leaders and the public. The Right from the Start Campaign Coordinator will report directly to ACNJ’s president.

View complete job description.      

To Apply:
If you meet these requirements and are interested in the position, please e-mail your resume and a cover letter detailing your interest in the position, your relevant experience and why you should be considered as a candidate to Cecilia Zalkind at No phone calls.


New Jersey Repertory Company: Director of Development

Posted: February 9, 2018
Location: Long Branch, NJ

Summary: New Jersey Repertory Company (NJ Rep) NJ Rep is a professional, non-profit theater and arts organization located in Long Branch, New Jersey. For 20 years, NJ Rep has operated an intimate theater in Long Branch and in that time has developed a national reputation as an important incubator for new theatrical works. NJ Rep recently acquired a new large facility in Long Branch on which it plans to develop a new main stage theater and a multi-faceted arts center.

NJ Rep is seeking a full-time Director of Development who will lead NJ Rep’s fundraising activities. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Creating a development strategy and implementing an annual fundraising plan;
  • Grant-writing, proposal packaging and submission;
  • Preparing and submitting funding reports;
  • Prospecting and staying abreast of new funding opportunities;
  • Helping the Board of Trustees and Executive Staff coordinate and execute a campaign for the arts center capital project;
  • Coordinating with outside fundraising consultants; and
  • Reporting in a timely fashion to the Executive Producer, Managing Director, Board of Trustees, funders, and other stakeholders, as required.

The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated track record of developing and implementing successful strategic fundraising plans for organizations with annual budgets of $1 million or more as well as experience in coordinating larger fundraising projects. The candidate should have a thorough understanding of private foundations and changing dynamics in philanthropy; emerging opportunities in crowd funding and creative place-making; and knowledge of the non-profit arts sector in New Jersey and the New York metropolitan area. Experience with government funding/reporting, including the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, is a plus, as is familiarity with corporate sponsorship strategies.

We are seeking a dynamic individual with excellent communications and organizational skills, independent initiative, flexibility, and good humor to be part of a small but growing organization. Strong writing skills in particular are a must, as is proficiency in relevant software and internet fundraising resources.

Position is full-time (40 hours/week).

Starting annual salary: $40,000+, negotiable depending upon experience.

To Apply: Please send cover letter, resume and three short writing samples via email (please put “Director of Development Position” in the subject line) or regular mail to Kevin Puvalowski, Managing Director, New Jersey Repertory Company, 179 Broadway, Long Branch, NJ 07740 No phone calls please.


Hyacinth AIDS Foundation: Client Services Manager

Posted: February 6, 2018
Location: New Brunswick/Plainfield, NJ

Summary: Under the Supervision of the Director of Regional Services, performs assigned duties related to the supervision, implementation and evaluation of all regional client services programs. 

Duties include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Provide leadership within the regional office, serving as the senior staff person in the office and will be expected to troubleshoot client and human resources issues and, as such, will possess strong critical thinking and decision making skills. Will be expected to participate in team meetings with other managers and directors. Will also be expected to raise issues with senior management so that they can be identified, discussed and resolved.
  • Oversee and supervise all staff within the regional office (team leaders and direct service staff) daily. Must have a good understanding of social work theory and be able to apply theory to practice.  Must be able to supervise and coach staff associates on client service delivery.
  • Conduct/oversee initial client intakes on all new consumers of Hyacinth services.  Must work with staff to ensure inter-office referrals to staff/services deemed appropriate for the client through the intake process.
  • Organize and offer monthly skill building workshops for the clients of the office.
  • Conduct Client Case reviews to ensure appropriate linkage and follow-up on all client referrals twice a month.  During this process the CSM must be able to direct and coach staff to ensure that clients are receiving the full continuum of services that they need.
  • Establish, maintain and update client case records using approved agency forms and procedures.  Ensure confidentiality of all records.
  • Monitor the need for volunteers in different communities and communicate with the Time Out Coordinator to schedule volunteer assistance.  Assist with the facilitation of volunteer training programs and general education for staff and volunteers.
  • Serve as the primary liaison with the community and will actively seek and identify individuals or groups requiring Hyacinth services.  Coordinate the development and implementation of outreach activities.  Plan and oversee monthly client support events, including recreational, educational and supportive events.
  • Prepare monthly reports in accordance with agency policies and procedures.  Review all staff monthly reports to ensure that staff are meeting grant objectives, both programmatic and fiscal.
  • Work with the Director of Regional Services and the Director of Program Development to ensure that staff is providing services that meet the quality standards determined by the agency. Work with staff to develop and implement quality improvement plans.   
  • Be responsible for regional petty cash funds and will monitor spending closely.  Monthly petty cash expenditures will be documented and forwarded to finance for reimbursement.  

Professional Responsibilities:

  • Attend and participate in staff meetings, special events, and supervisory conferences.
  • Observe established administrative procedures
  • Provide written reports on a timely fashion and maintain statistics as required.
  • Represent the agency at community events, meetings, and conferences  


  • Commitment to Hyacinth Philosophy.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds and interest.
  • Knowledge of social work and social service delivery system.
  • Critical thinking and decision making skills.
  • Master’s Degree plus two years experiences in HIV/AIDS or related field and supervisory experience.  ·         Proficiency in written and verbal communications.
  • Access to currently registered car and a valid driver’s license.
To Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Sonjii West, Director of Human Resources at


Visions and Pathways: Director of Finance

Posted: February 1, 2018
Location: Bridgewater, NJ

Summary: Visions and Pathways, located in central New Jersey, has a proud, successful history of living its mission to provide abused, neglected and homeless youth with housing, a stable environment and supportive services. We are hiring a Director of Finance; reporting to the CEO/Executive Director. The Director of Finance provides financial leadership to the organization, in alignment with the agency’s mission, guiding principles, policies and procedures.

Essential Duties include: Advice the Executive Director and Board Finance Committee concerning the financial status of the agency by the preparation of monthly financial statements, reports and budget analysis.  Prepare Annual Agency budget; budgets for grants and contracts. Ensure that the agency’s independent audit is completed in a timely fashion;  timely submission of all governmental and nongovernmental financial reports; safeguard cash and all cash equivalents; maintain permanent fixed asset records; recruit, train and supervise department staff; and establish and maintain internal controls. The Director of Finance follows guidelines as outlined in the Fiscal Policies and Procedures manual.  

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree in Accounting or related field plus five years’ experience in fiscal management with specialized experience in non-profit finance.  Graduate degree a plus.

To Apply: Send resume to Human Resources, Visions and Pathways is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Anchor House: Overnight Counselor

Posted: January 30, 2018
Location: Trenton, NJ

Summary: The mission of Anchor House is to work with abused, homeless, runaway, at risk and aging out youth to utilize their strengths and the support of their families and communities in order to ensure a stronger future.

With a history of almost 40 years serving the community, the Anchor House Shelter was founded in 1978 to move homeless and runaway youth off the streets of Trenton and reunite them with their families. Today, Anchor House Inc. provides shelter, school outreach, transitional and supportive housing, and street outreach to youth, ages 12 to 21 years of age, from Mercer County and throughout the state of New Jersey.  

Under the direction of the Program Coordinator, the primary responsibility of the Overnight Counselor is to provide direct care to youth and follow the policy and procedures manual.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Adhere to the Anchor House Policy and Procedures Manual;
  • Provide direct care and supervision of youth;
  • Crisis intervention;
  • Bedroom checks to ensure the safety of the residents;
  •  Provide assistance as needed, including crisis intervention and referrals;
  • Complete all laundry for youth and the house on shift;
  • Hold counseling sessions and advocate for the youth;
  • Complete all necessary paperwork, including proper loggings, intakes, contacts, and session notes;
  • Maintain the general condition of the building and grounds, and documentation of house problems;
  • Provide transportation when needed;
  • Make copies of forms and packets for incoming youth as well as file paperwork;
  • Provide program and case support;
  • Maintain accurate statistics and client records and complete them in a timely manner;
  • Make referrals as appropriate to other agencies and serve as a liaison between them
  • Participate and attend all agency staff meetings and trainings as required;
  • All other responsibilities that may be necessary to fulfill the duties associated with the position or assigned by the supervising manager. 


  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, social work, counseling or other human services related field;
  • Minimum of two years’ experience working with troubled youth in a crisis situation;
  • Must have experience conducting individual and family sessions;
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and provide an abstract for review;
  • Must be able to pass all criminal background checks including CARI and CHRI;


To Apply: Email resumes to


New Jersey Citizen Action: Grant Writer

Posted: January 26, 2018
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: New Jersey Citizen Action, a statewide grassroots organization that fights for social, racial and economic justice for all, is hiring a full-time Grant Writer to help meet organizational fundraising goals. Working under the direction of the Development Director, the Grant Writer will be responsible for funder prospecting, preparing Letters of Inquiry, writing grant applications and fundraising appeals, and helping to manage and prepare reports to current funders. As a part of NJCA’s Development Department, the Grant Writer will also work with the Executive Director, Director of Development, Senior Management, and other staff as appropriate to meet the organization’s individual donor fundraising goals. The Grant Writer will work primarily out of our Newark office.

Knowledge and abilities:

  1. Committed to organization’s mission.
  2. Excellent oral and written communication skills a MUST
  3. Excellent research and data analysis skills
  4. Excellent fundraising skills, including calls to solicit funding from prospective funders and individual donors.
  5. Ability to be self-directed, develop and maintain priorities, and conduct multiple tasks in a given time frame
  6. Ability to develop contacts and make use of existing contacts related to all aspects of fundraising
  7. Exceptional time management and planning expertise
  8. Excellent computer skills, including familiarity with Microsoft Office, word processing and database applications REQUIRED. Ability to use basic graphic design programs, such as Adobe Creative Suites, and/or Photoshop and In Design, a MAJOR PLUS for purposes of developing flyers, brochures, and other materials
  9. Familiarity with online grant applications and digital/social media applications a major plus.

Required education and experience:

  1.  A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
  2. 2 or more years of experience with nonprofit fundraising, grant writing, and/or individual donor fundraising.
  3. Ability to work some nights and/or weekend hours as needed to attend organizational events.

Compensation: Competitive salary ranging from $40,000 - $45,000 with comprehensive health care, dental, vacation, and other benefits. Position based in our downtown Newark office.

View complete job description. 

To Apply: Email cover letter and resume to Leila Amirhamzeh, Director of Development, at


New Jersey Citizen Action: Community Educator

Posted: January 26, 2018
Location: Newark, NJ

Summary: New Jersey Citizen Action, a statewide grassroots nonprofit organization that fights for social, racial and economic justice, is hiring a full-time Bilingual Community Educator. Working under the direction of the Development Director, the Community Educator will reach out to targeted constituencies to educate consumers on fair housing and housing discrimination and other consumer protection and financial education issues. The Community Educator will focus on education and outreach to low- and moderate-income communities across the state, providing consumers with information and resources on various consumer financial protection issues.

Knowledge and abilities:

  1. Excellent oral and written communication skills, especially public speaking.
  2. Ability to be self-directed, develop and maintain priorities and conduct multiple tasks in a given timeframe.
  3. Ability to develop contacts and schedule presentations.
  4. Exceptional time management and planning expertise.
  5. General computer skills, including familiarity with Microsoft Office (e.g., MS Word, Excel, Outlook), and other word processing and database applications.
  6. Ability to become proficient in the areas of fair housing and financial literacy (e.g., credit, predatory lending, basic banking, budgeting, homeownership, foreclosure prevention, and consumer protection issues).

Required education and experience:

  1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university (life experience may be substituted for education on a year-by-year basis)
  2. Experience working with low- and moderate-income individuals and communities
  3. Bi-lingual in English and Spanish a plus.
  4. Outreach staff must have their own car, valid NJ driver’s license, and insurance.
  5. Ability to work some nights and/or weekend hours as needed.

Compensation: Competitive salary ranging from $35,500 - $40,0500 with comprehensive health care, dental, vacation, and other benefits. Position based in our downtown Newark office.

View complete job description. 

To Apply: Email cover letter and resume to Leila Amirhamzeh, Director of Development, at

Pro Bono Partnership: New Jersey Program Director

Posted: January 25, 2018
Location: Parsippany, NJ 

Summary: For 20 years, Pro Bono Partnership has provided high-quality pro bono transactional legal assistance to community-based nonprofits in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.  We assist our clients with a wide variety of non-litigation legal issues, including contract, corporate, employment, intellectual property, real estate, and tax matters. 

This is a unique opportunity to join a dedicated, collaborative team delivering valuable services to the nonprofit sector.

The Partnership is seeking a Program Director to lead the work of our New Jersey office.  Key responsibilities include developing and maintaining relationships with corporations and law firms to encourage their volunteerism and support of the Partnership; directing New Jersey client outreach efforts; supervising the staff attorneys in the New Jersey office; maintaining an active client caseload; managing occasional one-day pro bono events; teaching educational programs for nonprofit boards and staff; and assisting in the preparation of grant applications and related reports.


  • JD from an accredited ABA institute and admission to practice in New Jersey;
  • A minimum of 8 – 10 years’ experience as a practicing attorney (prior nonprofit, corporate, or employment law expertise preferred);
  • Prior experience supervising lawyers;
  • Prior experience in the nonprofit sector, either professionally or as a volunteer;
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office platform; and
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

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To Apply: Interested applicants should submit cover letters and resumes by e-mail to or by postal mail to Pro Bono Partnership Search Committee, 237 Mamaroneck Avenue Suite 300, White Plains, NY 10605.  No phone inquiries, please. The Pro Bono Partnership is an equal opportunity employer.