Seedling’s mission is to support children challenged by parental incarceration with innovative, research-driven, school-based mentoring. This full-time, exempt, year-round position will contribute to the maintenance and further development of Seedling programs through development, expansion, and implementation of the annual recruitment plan for Seedling programs.Read more
We Are Blood serves over 40 hospitals and medical facilities in a 10 county area. Our mission is to provide and protect the community blood supply, to inspire Central Texans to save lives locally, and to always treat everyone we serve as family. When you work here, you’re a vital part of helping to ensure that all Central Texans have access to life-saving blood when they need it!Read more
The Program Intern is an organized and detail-oriented individual who can successfully prioritize and execute administrative tasks in support of Mission Capital’s activities—and is interested in learning more about nonprofit management and/or the Central Texas social sector. The Intern is supervised by the Learning & Leadership Program Specialist and will support numerous functional teams within Mission Capital.
The Central Texas Food Bank is working hard to close the hunger gap and we want you to join us! Our mission is “to nourish hungry people and lead the community in the fight against hunger”. We are accomplishing this not only with our amazing programming and fundraising events but by hiring motivated, mission-driven employees who have the drive to end hunger.
The Central Texas Food Bank is looking for a dynamic Donor Relations Manager for our Mobilizing Communities Department. The Donor Relations Manager is two parts major gift officer and one part donor operations manager. The Donor Relations Manager will secure funds for the organization by managing a group of assigned, qualified donors assuring that as many a s possible are retained as ongoing donors to the organization and are upgraded in their giving and involvement. Additionally, the Donor Relations Manager will identify and qualify new prospects as well as oversee portfolio management for other key fundraising staff. This position reports to the Director of Development.Read more
Girlstart is seeking multiple STEM CREW program leaders to lead our fun, hands-on, STEM-focused After School programs across Austin and surrounding areas. Girlstart After School programs meet once a week for an hour (programs vary from 1-1.5 hours) immediately after the school day.Read more
The Austin DMO, Inc. (d/b/a Downtown Austin Alliance) is a non-profit, 501(c)(4) corporation dedicated to increasing the value and vitality of downtown Austin. The organization is engaged in a myriad of projects and issues that contribute to the safety, cleanliness, accessibility, and appeal of downtown Austin for the enjoyment of residents, employees, and visitors. Broadly speaking, the organization’s vision and voice are manifest in two primary ways. The first way is through advocacy and engagement in planning decisions that impact downtown. The second way is through direct services that supplement city services of cleanliness and safety. The areas of focus include promoting economic development, recruiting appropriate retail businesses, improving access and mobility, addressing key safety and cleanliness issues, partnering to revitalize parks and green spaces, and fostering the success of arts, entertainment and cultural events and programs in downtown Austin.Read more
Managed by the Downtown Austin Alliance, Movability is Central Texas’ only Transportation Management Association solely dedicated to helping commuters do more with their time by finding mobility options that work for them. We are a non-profit entity working with for-profit companies. We work hand-in-hand with employers and service providers, promoting mobility and commuting options and improving economic vitality by delivering customized professional transportation services, networking and leadership opportunities.Read more
The Family Services Worker (FSW) provides case management and direct services to foster care or adoptive children, parents, and their families, including but not limited to individual counseling, prevention, administration, advocacy on behalf of the child, parents, and/or families with social services, the court, police, school, and other medical and mental health providers and professionals in accordance to Agency and licensing standards and federal, state, and local regulatory requirements.
Under the direction of the Program Director II, the Program Director I is responsible for the organization, delivery, and quality of YMCA programs (afterschool & camp) to Y members, program participants, and the community. This position works independently, under general direction, and is expected to determine how to accomplish tasks. The Program Director position includes, but is not limited to, developing relationships with principals, parents, part-time staff, and program participants; ensuring proper delivery of daily curriculum; monitoring, evaluating, and improving program delivery; hiring and training; establishing collaborative partners; marketing and promoting Y programs; and working collaboratively with colleagues to accomplish collective goals.Read more
The Communication Coordinator will play a key role in helping to tell the story of our work and of downtown Austin. This position will support the organization’s internal and external communication through digital platforms, public relations, and event support. Primary responsibilities include developing visual and written content for social media and email marketing campaigns, maintaining and updating the website, and supporting outreach efforts to expand the presence of the Downtown Austin Alliance family of brands in the community.Read more