Career Opportunities

  • Financial Coaching Manager

    Compass Working Capital, Boston, MA

    As a Financial Coaching Manager at Compass Working Capital, you’ll share our unwavering belief in people’s ability to achieve their goals and dreams. By overseeing a team of Financial Coaches, you’ll promote high quality experiences for clients and help track progress towards key team metrics.

    This is a unique role because you will both serve as a manager of coaches and also as a financial coach during a portion of each workday. As a manager, you’ll serve as a solutions-oriented mentor and collaborator providing Financial Coaches with the tactics and encouragement they need to perform at their best each day.  As a coach, you’ll have the chance to work directly with clients to reach their goals, chart pathways to goal attainment, and promote access to financial education and asset-building opportunities. Beyond sharing financial tips and strategies, you’ll connect clients with a unique opportunity to build savings.

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  • Program Officer- Nellie Mae Education Foundation

    Nellie Mae Education Foundation, Quincy, Massachusetts

    The Opportunity

    The Program Officer will be an important part of a dynamic grantmaking team charged with the design and implementation of new and existing grant funds. Additionally, they will be responsible for a diverse portfolio of grantees whose work and goals they will support. The Program Officer will serve as an internal leader, bringing perspectives and knowledge of current trends around education and racial equity from the field, and as an external representative of NMEF’s mission, vision, and values.

    For more information on the Program Officer role click here.


    Koya Leadership Partners, the executive search firm that specializes in mission-driven search, has been exclusively retained for this engagement. Cassie Scarano, Kirstin Griffiths, and Ariella Pasackow are leading this search. To make recommendations or to express your interest in this role please visit All nominations, inquiries, and discussions will be considered strictly confidential.

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  • Episcopal City Mission (ECM) is a faith-rooted justice organization that works primarily with Episcopal communities (parishes, chaplaincies, missions etc.), grassroots organizations, and faith-rooted organizations that are addressing economic and racial injustice. This staff person will be an energetic and high-performing team member who assists with a wide variety of administrative, financial, information technology and operational tasks to contribute to the efficiency and productivity of all ECM team members.

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  • Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE)- Philanthropy Officer

    Animal Charity Evaluators, Remote

    Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE) helps lead the effective animal advocacy movement by conducting in-depth research, spreading the principles of effective giving and effective advocacy, and influencing millions of dollars in vital funding to impactful animal charities around the globe. We work with philanthropists, effective altruists, and charities to create high-impact change for animals. As a meta-charity, we not only conduct our own research and evaluations, but we also work with donors to fund the animal charities that we believe are having the maximum impact on reducing animal suffering.

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  • Nellie Mae Education Foundation- Communications Manager

    Nellie Mae Education Foundation, Quincy, MA


    The Nellie Mae Education Foundation (NMEF) champions efforts that prioritize community goals that challenge racial inequities and advance excellent, student-centered public education for all New England youth.


    The Communications Manager will partner closely with the Chief Communications Officer and staff throughout the organization to deliver on a powerful and forward-thinking communications strategy. They will play an influential role in developing and implementing our communications strategy and outreach across various platforms designed to engage and empower community-based audiences, young people, educators, funders, opinion leaders, policymakers, grantees, and staff. With a focus on advancing conversations about racial equity in public education, the Communications Manager will identify opportunities for our organization to use our voice and platform to affect change. The Communications Manager will also play a critical role in ensuring that we apply a culturally-informed, racial equity lens to our communications strategy and storytelling practices.

    For more information on NMEF, please visit


    Koya Leadership Partners, the executive search firm that specializes in mission-driven search, has been exclusively retained for this engagement. Cassie Scarano, Kirstin Griffiths, and Ariella Pasackow are leading this search. To make recommendations or to express your interest in this role please visit  All nominations, inquiries, and discussions will be considered strictly confidential.

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  • Contact Tracer

    Partners In Health, Massachusetts

    Partners In Health, is seeking Contact Tracers to support Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Local Boards of Health to perform COVID-19 contact tracing.

    Partners In Health (PIH) will hire, train and supervise a team of community contact tracing staff across Massachusetts. The aim of this will be to call every person diagnosed with COVID-19, gather their contacts, and proceed to call every contact in Massachusetts. This is in tandem with Commonwealth-wide efforts to increase testing, improve communication and implementation of isolation and quarantine. This will fortify efforts to control the pandemic in Massachusetts.

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  • Executive Director

    Brookline Community Foundation, Brookline, MA

    Brookline Community Foundation seeks a strategic fundraiser and dynamic storyteller, a results-oriented leader, and an experienced staff manager to serve as Executive Director.

    Reporting to an engaged and dedicated Board of Directors, the Executive Director will lead programming and service delivery, ensuring fidelity to donors and the needs and interests of Brookline’s residents.  The Executive Director will support BCF’s convening efforts by collaborating with staff and community partners to set research agendas aligned with community priorities to inform grant making and outreach.

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  • Director of Development – Work for Equality for All

    GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders, Boston


    At a time of unprecedented need for civil liberties, GLAD is seeking a mission- and relationship-driven Director of Development (DOD) to build upon our fundraising success and secure the revenue needed to move our work forward. Reporting to the Executive Director, the DOD will design a comprehensive development strategy, lead a talented 6-member development team, manage a portfolio of major donors, and work with the GLAD staff and board of directors to expand financial support. The DOD will serve as an integral member of the 5-person senior management team, collaborating on advancing GLAD’s strategic priorities and building an organization that is deeply committed to true justice and lived equality for all people.

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  • Development Manager

    Project 351, Anywhere

    Project 351 is seeking an experienced development professional to manage and enhance our development systems and advance our fundraising goals.

    The Development Manager will lead our grant writing efforts and manage our development database and systems. The Development Manager will work closely with organizational leadership to set development priorities and plan and execute fundraising initiatives.

    The Development Manager will be responsible for spearheading the organization’s grassroots fundraising initiatives, with the goal of cultivating key stakeholder groups (i.e.: Alumni, educators, families) as both donors and fundraisers to support the organization’s mission and will report to the Director of Development & Administration.

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  • Vice President of Philanthropy

    Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Worcester, Massachusetts

    Vice President of Philanthropy
    Greater Worcester Community Foundation
    Worcester, MA

    Greater Worcester Community Foundation (GWCF) is central Massachusetts’ leading community foundation dedicated to improving the quality of life in the region by connecting donors to high impact nonprofits and community partners. GWCF is seeking a highly strategic and creative development professional to serve as Vice President of Philanthropy.  Reporting directly to the President/CEO, the Vice President of Philanthropy will be a member of the senior leadership team responsible for leading the Foundation in the areas of asset building, donor services and marketing/communications.  The VP will supervise a small department and work closely with the board and the senior leadership team to develop and execute a comprehensive strategic development plan to advance the Foundation.

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