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Job Openings

Are you looking to begin or continue working in the field of philanthropy? Whether you are entering the workplace for the first time, starting a new career, or seeking advancement in the field, the following employment opportunities may interest you. Please direct any questions about individual listings to the hiring organization.

We will keep positions listed for 90 days or until we are informed that the position is filled. If you are interested in adding a job opportunity to our site please send ad language to Courtney Moore, 202-888-7428. Postings are free of charge for regional associations and their members and $99 per listing for nonmembers.

Many of our regional association members list job postings on their websites as a service to their members and to grantmaking in their region. 

For additional opportunities to work in the nonprofit, philanthropic, or association fields, we recommend the following resources:

Current Openings

Opening: Membership and Communications Assistant (Part-Time, Temporary)

This is a temporary, part-time position with the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers, a national network that facilitates effective philanthropy that strengthens communities and improves lives throughout the United States. This position is 20-25 hours per week for 2-4 months.

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Opening: Grants Analyst

Under general supervision, the Grants Analyst will research and identify external funding opportunities by coordinating and providing assistance to faculty, administrators, and staff in developing, writing, editing and submitting grant proposals to external funding sources.

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Philanthropy Northwest

Philanthropy Northwest (PNW) is the regional philanthropic network for Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. PNW promotes, facilitates and drives collaborative action by philanthropic organizations to strengthen our communities. Founded in 1976, PNW builds, connects and inspires the philanthropic community through professional development, networking, research, publications, public policy work and consulting.