Posted by Willy Franzen on December 28, 2008. Jobs updated daily.
|Clinical Intern (Amarex)|
|Client Partner (Non-Profit)|
|RN Case Manager Behavioral Health PRN|
|Federal Practice - Case Management Business Analyst|
Falls Church, VA
|Space Program - Outreach|
|Early-Stage Clinical Investigator|
|Junior Accountant - Non-profit experience preferred|
Yesterday’s revisiting of non-profits didn’t turn up many jobs, and I’m afraid that today is going to be more of the same. Here are links to Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 1 of non-profits of our end of the year recap.
PlayPumps International: We can’t seem to access the PlayPumps International site right now, but they don’t typically list jobs anyway. If they do have jobs, they are usually based in Africa.
New York Botanical Garden: Right now there are some jobs at the NYBG in Development, Group Tours, and Gardening.
American Museum of Natural History: A lot of the jobs at the AMNH require graduate degrees, but there are a couple jobs that might be suitable for undergraduates.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center: MSKCC must be hiring considering one of our readers recently posted a comment that she got a job with them after reading this post. The best way to go about getting a job is to go through their college recruiting process.
Trout Unlimited: There aren’t any job openings with TU right now.
Institute of International Education: Although they have a ton of job openings, even the Coordinator level jobs require a couple of years of experience.
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research: There don’t seem to be any entry level jobs available with AEI right now.
National Wildlife Federation: There’s a Grassroots Online Coordinator position that looks well suited to new grads, but beyond that most of the jobs require significant work experience.
United States Golf Association: Keep work and play separate because there aren’t any entry level jobs with the USGA right now.
Easter Seals: Most jobs with Easter Seals are at the local level and separated into five categories – Camping and Recreation, Professional, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech-Language Pathology. There are a ton of jobs, and plenty look to be entry level.
Nonprofit Finance Fund: There are 5 jobs listed on NFF’s website, but they all require significant work experience.
Poets & Writers: They’re not hiring right now, but if they were, we’d expect your application to be in Haiku form – just kidding.
Wilderness Inquiry: There are both indoor and outdoor jobs with Wilderness Inquiry that look like they should intrigue new college grads.
PBS: They have 37 jobs listed, and a good number of them appear to be entry level.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum : There is one Development Coordinator job that looks like it might be considered entry level, and there are always Customer Service positions available if you want a job that rocks.
New York Structural Biology Center : There are a couple Technician positions for new grads who have a background in Biological Sciences.
World Vision: Most of the jobs at World Vision are Senior level, but there is a Flash Developer job that might be entry level for the right person.
Common Threads: They don’t post job openings, but you can apply for a job through their contact form.
The Open Planning Project: TOPP has entry level job opportunities for Web Designers and Software Developers.
Inner-City Arts: They’re looking for Instructors in Visual and Performing Arts – especially in Animation and Dance.
Crittenton Women’s Union: There are some House Staff positions on Idealist, but they were posted a few months ago.
Chicago Botanic Garden: There’s nothing, unless you’re qualified to be a VP.
Internationals Network for Public Schools: There are quite a few teaching jobs with Internationals Network for Public Schools.
Carnegie Corporation of New York: They have one Senior level job posted.
Conservation International: They have Coordinator level positions in Finance, Community and Membership, Accounts Receivable, and Web & Learning Systems
StreetSquash: They’ll be posting jobs for 2009-2010 soon, but right now everything is filled.
National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship: NFTE doesn’t appear to be hiring much beyond a couple administrative positions.
The results from today’s post reinforce my feeling that the job market in the non-profit world is tighter than in the for-profit world. What do you think?
We've identified End of the Year Revisiting Non-Profits Part 2 as having career opportunities in the following categories:
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McLane - Foodservice Ashburn, VA
|Macy's: Asociado De Almac n; Posici n Temporera A Tiempo Parcial/Tiempo Completo: Martinsburg, Wv|
Macys Ashburn, VA
|Amazon Warehouse Attendant (Full-Time)|
Amazon Barnesville, MD
|Work in Customer Service? Earn Extra Cash|
Uber Driver Partners Ashburn, VA
Uber Eats Ashburn, VA