National Domestic Violence Hotline: Full Time Phone and Digital Service Advocates - multiple openings
The National Domestic Violence Hotline is a non-profit organization staffed by loyal advocates and other staff members who are dedicated to spreading awareness and education about domestic violence.
All of our advocates attend extensive training sessions for preparation in providing the highest level of service to our contacts.
Trinity Child Development Center is a nonprofit organization that has always been more than just a child development center; it is a community of people from many generations devoted to learning and growing together. Join Trinity CDC's Board to advance the mission of diverse, welcoming, holistic education for all children.Read more
Breakthrough builds a path to and through college, beginning in middle school, for students from low-income communities who will become the first in their families to earn a college degree. Our program provides academic support and individualized advising to students who statistics say will not enroll in or graduate from college without significant support. Breakthrough makes a 12-year commitment to successfully guide each of its students and families through the long and complicated process of preparing for, enrolling in and completing college. We believe that every child can achieve that success and deserves the opportunity to benefit from the life-changing power of a postsecondary degree.
Breakthrough is on a mission to double the number of students we serve over the next five years and ultimately double the number of first-generation college graduates in Central Texas. Breakthrough is expanding rapidly to meet the growing needs of our community.Read more
LSVAP is seeking a flexible individual with initiative, creativity, superlative communication skills, and commitment to social justice to support legal work for immigrant survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and trafficking. This is a full-time position.Read more
The Communications Coordinator is responsible for managing Waller Creek Conservancy’s communications. The Communications Coordinator will create compelling content for social media channels, website, and external email communications that engages and authentically connects with broad and diverse audiences. This person will also coordinate PR & media relations.Read more
Capital IDEA is growing and is looking for an experienced case manager (3+ years of experience strongly preferred) with demonstrated leadership skills. The Career Navigator provides day to day case management for about 100 adult students and guides them through successful completion of their academic plan in preparation for job placement.Read more
Austin Wildlife Rescue is looking to gain a new board member with extensive accounting, budget, and financial experience. This is an exciting time for our growing organization as we plan to open the doors to a large new wildlife rehabilitation facility this year. Austin Wildlife Rescue serves over 7,000 animals each year.
Under the direction of the Branch Executive Director, the Program Director will manage all aspects of the fitness department in accordance with the mission and purpose of the YMCA of Austin. The Program Director is responsible for the initiation and implementation of new programs, the training and supervision of necessary staff, and the evaluation and modification of these initiatives. The Program Director will further ensure that all YMCA standards are being met and/or exceeded as they relate to program and membership development.Read more
The Waller Creek Conservancy (WCC) is a nonprofit organization established in 2011 to spearhead one of this country’s boldest new urban development projects in the heart of downtown Austin. Working in close partnership with the City of Austin, WCC will transform 28 acres of land along a 1.5-mile stretch of the downtown creek into a chain of parks and public open spaces. Plans for the park system include a network of trails and pedestrian bridges, an iconic new music venue, art installations, playscapes and community programming, all uniquely organized around a natural urban ecology.Read more
The Texas Freedom Network is seeking an enthusiastic individual, eager to take on an opportunity to grow our fundraising operation throughout the state of Texas.
Our team is excited to find someone who is energized by meeting and talking to donors and prospects, a professional who knows how to make every supporter feel important. Our ideal Major Gift Officer is inspired by the work of TFN and understands how to gather and track data, determine priorities, set and reach ambitious fundraising goals, communicate inspiring messages, talk to donors and prospects and work with a dedicated team.Read more