Career Opportunities in Philanthropy

Philanthropy WV provides this section of our website to post employment opportunities within our members, the broader philanthropy sector, and our organization. Our private, family, corporate, and community foundation members provide exciting, value-added, and beneficial career experiences. We encourage you to check out the opportunities presently available below.


Employment Opportunity: AmeriCorps Training Officer – Volunteer West Virginia

The Outreach and Training Officer is a member of the program team and is jointly responsible for coordinating the selection, support, and evaluation of Volunteer West Virginia-funded national service programs; reporting on progress to primary stakeholders; and managing training programs for grantees, potential grantees, and partners throughout the state.  Additionally, the Outreach and Training Officer is the lead staff responsible for promoting AmeriCorps and Senior Corps programming in West Virginia, Development of new National Service programs, supporting training events and logistics for AmeriCorps and Senior Corps program staff, and planning and supporting training for AmeriCorps members throughout their service team.  The position will also act as agency lead to develop, partner, host, and design capacity-building support for national service, nonprofit and volunteer network partners in alignment with the West Virginia State Service Plan and agency training plan.   Read the full description here.  Resume and cover letter should be submitted by January 16, 2020.

Employment Opportunity: Executive Director Position – Tucker Community Foundation 

The Executive Director manages the day-to-day operations of the Tucker Community Foundation, works with the Board of Directors to develop policies for the Foundation, and implements plans to meet the Foundation’s goals and directives. For a full description of the position, go here. Resume and cover letter should be submitted by January 17, 2020.

Employment Opportunity: Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Collaborative Coordinator

The Sisters Health Foundation, United Way Alliance of the Mid-Ohio Valley, Parkersburg Area Community Foundation and Bernard McDonough Foundation are seeking a Collaborative Coordinator to create cross-sector partnerships and programs that address SUD community supports, treatment, and prevention. The ideal candidate will have the ability to work across sectors, strategic thinking skills, and a history of successfully launching programs and services. Knowledge of SUD best practices, data collection and analysis, grant writing and management, and program/service development and evaluation are also important. The full job description is available here. Submit a resume, letter of interest, and three references to by January 23rd to apply.

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