Reporting to the President and CEO, the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer (CFO) is a senior-level position and core member of the Executive Leadership Team. Working closely with other members of the Executive Leadership Team, the CFO is responsible for leading and managing the finance and administrative structures to meet the evolving needs of a dynamic, results-driven philanthropy.
The Donor, Family and Community Engagement Manager supports a wide variety of cultivation and stewardship activities across Agassiz Village and works in close collaboration with the Development Director and the Youth Development and Experience Director.
Reporting to the President and CEO, the Chief of Staff and Culture is a senior-level position and core member of the Executive Leadership Team.
The River Fund Maine (TRFM) is a registered 501(c)(3) organization based in Bethel, Maine, founded in 2018 with the mission To create a bright economic future for our community by investing in the education of our youth and by harnessing the recreational assets of our region.
The next Co-Director will share responsibilities with our current, experienced Co-Director for the successful management of Grassroots Fund’s program implementation & evaluation, fundraising, organizational development and fiscal health.
The board of directors of Northeast Hearing & Speech (NHS), headquartered in Portland, Maine, seeks a new executive director to lead the nonprofit organization into its second century.
The digital marketing and social media specialist works closely with the senior director of communications and marketing and the senior communications and marketing specialist to tell the community foundation’s stories to the people of Maine and beyond through online, digital and emerging media channels.
Maine Equal Justice is hiring an Administrative Assistant to help us increase economic security, opportunity, and equity in Maine!
The experience coordinator will help advance the organization’s mission and goals by overseeing the operational management of WHRL’s programming, including Outdoor Women Lead (OWL), book groups, Harvest Table cooking classes, art programs, health and wellness programming, and experiential fundraisers.