ANZA: Managing Director


Anza seeks a highly talented and passionate Managing Director to provide high quality programming, work effectively with prominent partners and funders, and lead the organization’s operations. The Managing Director will be responsible for Anza’s successful operations and growth in Tanzania.


RSF SOCIAL FINANCE: Chief Executive Officer

RSF Social Finance

For 30+ years, RSF Social Finance has been leading innovative, breakthrough strategies at the intersection of social change and finance. Help us find our new Chief Executive Officer.

We are seeking an experienced executive with a passion for social finance. Do you know someone with the vision to transform society’s relationship with money, and move the economy toward generosity and interconnectedness?

We are collaborating with Schaffer&Combs to find an impact-oriented, results-driven executive with both strategic vision and operational savvy to become our next CEO. This is an enviable opportunity to build upon our strong reputation as a thought leader in social finance, advance the field, and meaningfully impact social change around the globe.

RSF provides opportunities for people to align their investing and giving with their values and connects social entrepreneurs with diverse forms of capital. RSF believes that people are served best by long-term financial relationships that are direct, transparent and personal. These relationships build the foundation for trust and collaboration to emerge, leading to long-term social, economic, and ecological benefit.

Since 1984, RSF has made over $450 million in loans, grants, and investments supporting social enterprises in the areas of food & agriculture, education & the arts, and ecological stewardship.

Reporting to a supportive Board of Trustees, the new CEO will be expected to scale existing programs, develop new initiatives, generate significant revenue, and maximize the deployment of capital to social enterprises working to solve complex social and environmental problems.

Interested? Apply today. Know someone who might be a fit? Share the opportunity with them.

Contact with your thoughts and questions.

San Francisco, CA


The Unfinished Social Entrepreneur

The Unfinished Social Entrepreneur is launching a speaking and organizing tour to mobilize
citizen action in California. We seek a Campaign Coordinator for Jonathan C. Lewis, life-long
social justice activist, social entrepreneur and author of The Unfinished Social Entrepreneur.
Jonathan has committed to tour the state full-time for the next 14 months speaking to audiences
about California’s unique 2018 opportunity to change the political landscape and the importance
of civic engagement. Using his new book as a point of entry, or platform, the tour aims to
inspire, catalyze and mobilize Californians to accept the social justice challenge of our time,
namely blocking the Trump/Republican Wasteland.

Job Description

This volunteer position will work directly with Jonathan as a combination advance person,
publicist, travel coordinator, advisor and aide-de- camp. This is a meaningful and fun
assignment. You will meet hundreds of community leaders throughout California, learn political
organizing skills and hear too many bad jokes.
Attributes, Qualifications and Other Intangibles: The ideal candidate is a ‘people person’ and
problem-solver who will enjoy reaching out and pitching speaking opportunities to conference
organizers, professors, community leaders, media producers, etc. and who respects the
importance of comprehensively handling detailed logistical-travel arrangements. Computer
fluency needed. No prerequisites or formal job qualifications because this is a “learning
Hours: 8-10 hours per week, but flexible. Location: Northern California home office, but
anywhere in California is workable. Duration: Start now until November, 2018. Direct expenses

To Apply

Check out Jonathan’s website and biography:, and then send him
an email with a short biography. Email:


BFI: Operations Manager

Buckminster Fuller Institute

The Buckminster Fuller Institute (BFI) is dedicated to Fuller’s commitment to “make the world work for 100% of humanity, in the shortest possible time through spontaneous cooperation without ecological offense or disadvantage of anyone”.
BFI is looking for a dedicated, talented individual to help the team chart a successful course for Spaceship Earth. The Operations Manager will serve as the primary support to the Executive Director, Amanda Joy Ravenhill.

This is an ideal position for a passionate, meticulous, and results-oriented professional with experience in operations and project management. A deep interest and appetite for learning about Fuller’s design science principles and “how to make the world work for 100% of humanity” are musts.

Location: San Francisco Bay Area. Working out of our office in downtown S.
Hours: Part-time, 20hrs/week, with potential to become full-time
Reports to: Executive Director
Compensation: Commensurate with experience and education

Click here to learn more.

San Francisco, CA

CARE: Senior Advisor, Scale X Design Acclerator


This is a 3-6 month temporary position (starting in November) to support CARE's Scale X Design Accelerator, our internal capacity-building program to support scaling of innovation solutions. For more about Scale X Design, visit:

The position will include support and coaching to the 15 accelerator teams, fundraising activities and general operations. The position must cover support for the Scale x Design bootcamp and Challenge events, which will take place in January and February in Atlanta and San Francisco. The position will support the design, execution and coordination of the these events in collaboration with the SxD Program Officer and other colleagues on the Innovation, Fundraising, Events and Marketing Teams. Depending on the skills of the candidate, additional duties could include facilitation, curriculum development, monitoring and evaluation, and/or communications.

Required: Prepare for, coordinate and support execution of Scale x Design Bootcamp and Challenge events:
This position will support the design and preparation for the Atlanta-based "bootcamp" training program for the 15 accelerator teams, including designing sessions and coordinating partners, facilitators, coaches and mentors to lead sessions (with innovation team members); logistics and operations of bootcamp (with program officer and admin services); execution the week of, and potential facilitation roles for sessions. The position will also support the Scale X Design challenge/pitch event in Atlanta (February 1st) and subsequent events in and San Francisco (with CARE’s fundraising and marketing teams leading)

Required: Coaching and supporting accelerator teams.
This position will coach and support the 15 accelerator teams, including: Supporting teams to create business model canvases and pitches in preparation for the challenge; Facilitate mentor, advisor and resource matching for teams’ top needs (this will be following an existing plan for each team), trouble-shooting and problem solving as needs arise.

Required: Fundraising:
This position will: respond to fundraising opportunities as they arise, meet with potential donors and partners, draft concept notes and proposals, and support the creation of communications materials as needed.

Possible based on qualifications: This position could include curriculum development, facilitation of trainings, and/or building out additional pro bono and mentorship partnerships and platforms. SxD plans to develop 1-4 new "labs" this year, on topics such as business models and plans, impact investing, marketing to the BoP, scaling with the public sector and scaling through social enterprise strategies. This position could co-create materials with partners and consultants, serve as a trainer for various topics. The position could support the development of pro bono partnership and mentorship opportunities and platforms.

Possible based on qualifications: This position could include monitoring and evaluation, communications and/or learning and knowledge management product and platform creation. Scale x Design uses a combination of outcome mapping and routine data collection to monitor or impact. This position could support the development of further M&E tools and/or data analysis and synthesis. This position could include development of new communications and knowledge management products (reports, articles, media) or supporting the development of KM platforms and systems.

Can be based anywhere with flexibility to travel
Please email Whitney Adams at to apply

US SIF: Deputy Director


US SIF: The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment is the leading voice advancing sustainable, responsible and impact investing across all asset classes. Our mission is to rapidly shift investment practices towards sustainability, focusing on long-term investment and the generation of positive social and environmental impacts.

Our strategic goals are to:
• Increase Demand: Expand sustainable, responsible and impact investing across all asset classes.
• Define and Enhance the Rigor of the Field: Identify and disseminate information about best practices within the field and provide tools for practitioners to undertake a rigorous and comprehensive approach to SRI investing.
• Remove Barriers: Influence audiences outside of the financial industry (i.e. the media, policymakers, and regulators) to create a supportive environment for SRI investing. We have 300 members with more than $3 trillion under management or advisement which includes investment management and advisory firms, mutual fund companies, research firms, financial planners and advisors, broker-dealers, community investing institutions, non-profit associations, and pension funds, foundations and other asset owners.

US SIF is supported in its work by the US SIF Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that undertakes educational, research and programmatic activities to advance the mission of US SIF. We are a founding member of the Global Sustainable Investment Alliance.

We serve our members and influence and advance the field through a range of strategies including education and training, cutting edge research, provision of materials for SRI professionals and new entrants, convenings and networking opportunities, a highly regarded national conference, media engagement and policy training, and advocacy. For more information, please visit:

This is an opportunity for a highly experienced professional to play a key senior role for the leading organization in the US advancing sustainable, responsible and impact investing. US SIF is a mission driven organization that has been at the vanguard of moving the investment industry towards sustainability.

Reporting to the CEO, the Deputy Director (DD) will participate on the senior management team and will lead the implementation of our Strategic Plan and corresponding Annual Operating Plan, including ongoing oversight and reporting against these plans. She or he will also play a lead role in the development of future strategic plans. The DD will play a key role in the day to day management of the organization, and will further enhance systems for team development, including: staff goal setting, performance reviews, and training. She or he will also help manage the board of directors, including preparation for board meetings. She or he will also play a key role in member recruitment efforts. The DD will supervise the Events and Marketing Manager, coordinate the activities of other staff working on the conference and will also supervise the Operations/Membership team. This full-time position is based in Washington, DC and offers many opportunities for creativity and professional growth.

Washington, DC, United States
Please send a letter of application and a resume to: Use subject line “Deputy Director.” No phone calls please!

ANDE: Director of Strategic Development

The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE)

The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington, DC. Its mission is to foster leadership based on enduring values and to provide a nonpartisan venue for dealing with critical issues. The Institute has campuses in Aspen, Colorado, and on the Wye River on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. It also maintains offices in New York City and has an international network of partners.

The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE)

The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) is a program within the Aspen Institute. ANDE is a global membership network of organizations that propel entrepreneurship in emerging markets. ANDE members provide critical financial, educational, and business support services to small and growing businesses (SGBs) based on the conviction that SGBs will create jobs, stimulate long-term economic growth, and produce environmental and social benefits. Ultimately, we believe that SGBs can help lift countries out of poverty. Launched with 34 members in 2009, ANDE now comprises over 250 members who collectively operate in more than 150 countries.

ANDE is looking for a Director of Strategic Development, based in our Washington, DC office.

Position Description

You think of yourself as a philanthropic jack of all trades. You’ve been in the trenches of grant writing and reporting and have beat the pavement of donor development, but what you like best about development is bringing it all together into strategy. You know fundraising isn’t about creative spin but rather understanding organizational priorities and finding alignment with partners. You know data is your friend – and enjoy the puzzle piecing of budget creation, as well as running trends and analytics to chart your future course. And you know that telling a good story is essential to building partnerships. Most of all, you’re excited to use your fundraising and communications expertise to help a growing organization help address poverty in developing countries.

The Director of Strategic Development will report to the Executive Director of ANDE and is responsible for leading all aspects of the development function to secure significant financial resources to achieve ANDE’s goals. The development function currently includes corporate, government and foundation relations, training ANDE staff on fundraising efforts, and managing a development associate. The Director will also lead external communications efforts with support from a communications associate and an external consultant to achieve annual communications goals.

The Director will be a part of the ANDE Senior Leadership team and work closely with the Executive Director and ANDE’s Executive Committee, the global advisory body of executive leaders representing ANDE member organizations. The Director will manage the Fundraising and Outreach Subcommittee of the Executive Committee.

Your day might start on a call with a prospective donor in Europe who is interested in learning more about ANDE’s role in supporting talent development for youth in Africa. That would likely be followed by a meeting with the Executive Director to forecast revenues for the next fiscal year. Your afternoon might entail coaching staff on the best way to approach a potential local donor to finance an industry convening in Mexico. Then you might end your day brainstorming ways to monetize ANDE’s research offerings to drive greater revenue in Brazil. The very next day may require you to travel to London to attend a closed-door session on the role business accelerators have on small business growth in with a consortium of foundation representatives. Each day will be different, and this role will provide a wide variety of opportunities to engage with experts at the cross section of philanthropy, entrepreneurship and international development.

Washington, DC, United States

DEMOCRACY FUND: Associate Director for Press Freedom

Democracy Fund

The Democracy Fund’s Public Square program focuses on sustaining a vibrant media and engaged citizens. We believe the American people must have effective ways to understand and be a part of the democratic process. As the internet transforms political life, it opens exciting new pathways for public engagement while challenging models that used to work. We seek to support media models that serve the needs and preferences of communities today as well as taking on challenges related to sustainability and press freedom.

Earlier this year, the Democracy Fund announced more than $10 million in commitments in support of press freedom and hard-hitting, nonprofit journalism. We are now seeking an Associate Director for Press Freedom to create and lead a new initiative around ensuring the future of a free and functioning press that holds government accountable.

The Associate Director, who will report to the Director of the Democracy Fund’s Public Square program, will be expected to quickly engage with the field to ensure that it is able to stand up for the rights of journalists to fulfill their rightful role in our democracy at this important moment in our nation’s history. This will include working to build a larger, more effective coalition of advocates and ensure that key leaders in the field have the resources they need to be effective. In parallel, the Associate Director will work with the Public Square team to develop and execute a long-term strategy to strengthen press freedom in the United States. The strategy development process will consider the broadest range of possibilities and the strategy itself is expected to include both grant making and deep engagement within the field. Candidates must be comfortable working in a small, highly collaborative team within a fast-paced, start-up environment.

Washington, DC, United States

ATLAS CORPS: Program Associate

Atlas Corps


With ambitious goals for growth over the next two years, Atlas Corps seeks an internationally-minded team player who is passionate about leadership development and has exceptional attention to detail to join our team as our new Program Associate. Atlas Corps team members value our intentional focus on professional development, opportunities for influence and autonomy, as well as a culture of fun and excellence.

Our new Program Associate is a detail and process-oriented, people-person with excellent customer service skills, and a passion for leadership development.

About Atlas Corps: Atlas Corps engages the best social change leaders from around the world in a yearlong Fellowship designed to strengthen organizations, develop leaders and foster innovation. Over the last eleven years, Atlas Corps has grown steadily and demonstrated proof of concept. Now a $4m nonprofit with fourteen team members, Atlas Corps has engaged over 575 leaders from nearly 90 countries while maintaining a highly competitive selection rate of just 2.5%. Our Fellowship placements have transformed the work of top social change organizations like Ashoka, the Grameen Foundation, InsideNGO, Susan G. Komen, Points of Light, Peace Corps, Special Olympics, and many others. Atlas Corps has been profiled as a “best practice” in international exchange by the Brookings Institute; featured as a model social enterprise in the Washington Post; recognized for excellence in nonprofit leadership by the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s EXCEL Award; and validated by the U.S. Department of State through multiple, substantial partnerships and support including President Obama’s announcement of the “Emerging Global Leaders Initiative-Atlas Corps Fellowship” at the Clinton Global Initiative. For more information, please visit:

About the Position: The purpose of this role is to significantly expand Atlas Corps’ programmatic capacity by managing pre-arrival logistics for 100+ new Fellows each year and by improving the experience of Fellows through superior support services. The key responsibilities of the Program Associate include project management, database management, leading communications with newly accepted Fellows, and visa processing.

Washington, DC, United States

VILLAGE CAPITAL: Director of Finance and Operations

Village Capital

The way we invest in ideas is broken. Nearly half of all venture capital in the world is invested in just three US states. In 2016, women received just 2% of venture capital funding. In the US, less than 1% goes to African American and Latino entrepreneurs. And far too little capital is going to companies who are solving significant global challenges in environmental sustainability and economic opportunity.

At Village Capital, we’re building a different system. Over the last seven years, our transparent approach to investing has changed the conversation. We’ve made more than 70 early stage investments to date around the world in companies focused on solutions in energy, financial inclusion, health, agriculture, education and more. 90% of our portfolio is based outside Silicon Valley, New York, and Boston; 38% is women-led, and 20% is run by African American and Latino entrepreneurs. To date, 90% of these ventures are still operating, and a dozen have already exited profitably.

Our team is expanding and we’re looking for a Director of Finance and Operations to manage the financial, administration and operational systems that enable Village Capital to successfully focus on its mission to find, train and invest in companies solving some of the world’s biggest challenges.

Financial Management

-Analyze and present financial reports in an accurate and timely manner; clearly communicate monthly and annual financial statements; collate financial reporting materials for all donor segments, and oversee all financial, project/program and grant accounting.
-Oversee and lead annual budgeting and planning process in conjunction with the Managing Director; administer and review all financial plans and budgets; monitor progress and changes and keep senior leadership team abreast of the organization’s financial status.
-Work closely with the organization’s core practices to develop program budgets for grant proposals.
-Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting.
-Implement a robust contracts management and financial management/ reporting system; ensure that the contract billing and collection schedule is adhered to and that financial data and cash flow are steady and support operational requirements.
-Coordinate and lead the annual audit process, liaise with external auditors and the finance committee of the board of directors; assess any changes necessary.
-Update and implement all necessary business policies and accounting practices; improve the finance department’s overall policy and procedure manual.
-Work with the Managing Director to effectively communicate and present critical financial matters to the board of directors.

Washington, DC, United States

TECHCHANGE: Communications and Marketing Fellow


We Have
-An established brand in creative work. Check out our animation reel
-A dream team of 20 creative and tech-savvy colleagues
-An openness to new ideas and methodologies
-A passion for working with clients and learners who want to improve the world
-A bright former yoga studio for an office in the heart of DC’s U Street corridor
-A fun, dynamic, and collaborative work culture

Your Role
-Assist in editing, drafting blog posts and managing content for the TechChange blog
-Assist in managing TechChange social media presence/strategy
-Coordinate email campaigns and alumni relations
-Support communications with students and experts related to TechChange online courses
-Conduct meaningful research on best practices for online learning and the latest developments in the technology for social change
-Attend meetings and conferences on behalf of TechChange

Washington, DC, United States

CONSCIOUS CAPITALISM: Annual Conference Coordinator

Conscious Capitalism

Conscious Capitalism, Inc. (CCI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose purpose is to elevate humanity through business. CCI’s strategy is to support the virtuous cycle of changing the way business is practiced and so change the way business is perceived. By building community, cultivating the practice of Conscious Capitalism, and communicating stories of business as a force for good, CCI seeks to unleash the transformative potential of business.

Position Description

CCI is searching for an individual to fill a new role of Annual Conference Coordinator. Each year, CCI organizes a spring event that serves as the premiere gathering of the Conscious Capitalism movement. Historically, the event has attracted between 400 – 600 individuals, but our goal is to scale the size of this conference significantly. We are looking for someone with experience in planning, coordinating, and running growing events to do so.

The position will report to CCI’s Director of Events.

San Francisco, CA, United States

ONE WORLD: Event Planning Specialist

One World

The Intern/Volunteer working in the position of the event planner will have an important role in our monthly events and key role in organizing RIFF in November. The intern/volunteer will be contributing their time to assist the Head of Programming with the event planning process. The ideal candidate should be passionate about Social Impact and excited to work with us to create fun and high impact events. You will be networking and connecting with some of the Bay Area’s top social impact entrepreneurs and investors at our monthly events. During the planning of our Reel Impact Film Festival, you will be also connecting with top Social Impact filmmakers and storytellers.

Key Responsibilities:
● Assisting with the planning and coordination of meetings and responsibilities for events
● Assisting with the creation of hard and soft copy files
● Assisting in communications around event management: timelines, calendars etc.
● Assisting with onsite event management (event steward)

Qualifications: Passionate about Social Impact. Highly organized and detail oriented

Compensation: Unpaid internship or volunteer basis.

Next Steps: For interns/volunteers that would like to get involved, please contact Angie Mertens, Head of Programming, at

Palo Alto Bay Area

MEDIC MOBILE: Development Director

Medic Mobile


Our mission at Medic Mobile is to improve health in the hardest-to-reach communities. We serve this mission by designing, delivering, and supporting world-class software that helps community health workers, managers, and clinical teams work together to provide excellent care. We envision a more just world in which health workers are supported as they provide care for their neighbors, universal health coverage is a reality, and health is secured as a human right.

The tools we build are free, open-source, and deployed at scale in the last mile of healthcare. Evidence-based workflows come together in the software to support health workers and families, helping to ensure safe deliveries, track outbreaks, treat illnesses door-to-door, communicate about emergencies, and more. We have scaled to serve a network of 16,000 frontline health workers and we aim to support health workers serving 100 million people between 2017 and 2021. Medic Mobile is fortunate to work with innovative health system partners and leading funders committed to grantee-centric philanthropy.

Development Director and the Role of Philanthropy

Medic Mobile is rapidly growing our impact and it is the right time to invest in development capacity. The Development Director is a new position and will serve as a key role within the leadership team at Medic Mobile. They will drive the organization’s efforts to meet ambitious funding goals through contributions from corporate foundations, individuals, and family foundations. The Development Director will evolve our fundraising strategy, implement the strategy, and build a high-performing development team.

The Development Director will report to Medic Mobile’s Chief Executive Officer. Medic Mobile’s US office is in San Francisco, but we are focused on finding the right person for this role and we are open to the Development Director being based elsewhere.

Medic Mobile is a nonprofit organization and US 501(c)(3) public charity. Our nonprofit status allows us to stay focused on advancing global health equity, building and delivering software tools in the hardest-to-reach communities. Our philanthropic partners support product development, research, and growth at Medic Mobile, allowing us to address the most important challenges, increase our team’s capacity, build an open-source toolkit that can be reused across health systems, and continually improve our products and systems. This funding complements government funding for health systems, bilateral and multilateral aid, and other investments in health system strengthening and healthcare delivery.

San Francisco, CA, United States

RSF SOCIAL FINANCIAL: Senior Financial Accountant

RSF Social Finance

Position Summary:
RSF Social Finance seeks to hire a full-time Senior Financial Accountant who will be responsible for performing general day-to-day accounting operations, analysis, and reporting. This position focuses on accounting processes, management of accounting operations, internal controls, generally accepted accounting principles, financial reporting and taxation rules, regulations, and appropriate practices. The Senior Financial Accountant communicates with diverse teams of stakeholders, including in-house and out-sourced/remote colleagues/teams.

Support daily, monthly, quarterly and annual accounting processes and reporting as necessary
Research and answer accounting related questions that come up on-site as needed
Provide reporting/support as requested by other departments
Maintain appropriate cash levels in each company, and initiate transfers necessary depending on operational needs
Participate in the upload of transactions to CAM LLC, borrowers’ funds
Reconcile between custody accounts and fund reporting
Contribute to the overall effectiveness of the Accounting Team; provide backup support to other team members as needed
Provide support to Loan Servicing and reconcile loan activities
Properly record purchases and sales of investments and reconcile investments to general ledger
Report writing and analysis
Main backup for regular daily, monthly, annual responsibilities including daily cash reconciliations, month-end close including CAM and cost allocation
Backup for accounts payable which includes
Making necessary phone calls to vendors/staff
Ensure necessary approvals are on invoice/funding/disbursements request and expense reports submitted are complete
Set the wires/print checks as requested
Process lending/ development disbursement request
Active involvement on special projects and additional duties as assigned
Improve, implement, and document procedures and processes

Program Management
Record financial transactions for RSF and its related companies in compliance with applicable legal rules and regulations for an IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
Complete GL posting and maintenance (including reconciliation) of all General Ledgers to agreed schedule for production of monthly management and year-end reporting
Record intercompany transactions to ensure accuracy and ensure regular overhead allocation between RSF and its related companies
Assist in the streamlining of accounting process and including a change to new cloud-based software
Support quarter-end statement production process as required

Audit and Tax
Participate in preparation of year-end audit schedules as required
Perform duties as required for successful completion of annual audits and tax filings
Respond to auditor inquiries and IRS inquiries as needed

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Four-year college degree in Accounting from an accredited institution preferred
Minimum of 4 years of experience functioning as an accounting professional
Public Accounting with nonprofit accounting experience a plus
Fluency in oral and written English required
Strong written and oral communication skills
Must be able to accurately prepare and interpret financial data
Demonstrated experience providing direct accounting support in a multi-funded environment
Must have ability to manage chart of accounts
Ability to effectively use Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel required
Thorough knowledge and experience with using accounting software
Basic understanding of Salesforce preferred
Experience with Accounting systems upgrades/changes
Must be able to use the Internet for research and information-gathering
Ability to exercise good judgment, manage time effectively to solve problems, and respond appropriately to changing circumstances and priorities
Ability to work independently, and as part of a team
Commitment to the purpose, values, and operating principles of RSF
Must be able to use a computer for extended periods of time up to eight hours per day
Must be able to frequently communicate orally and by telephone
Must be able to occasionally lift boxes (up to 40 pounds)
Ability to walk up and down stairs
Must be able to work at RSF’s offices during regular office hours as set forth in RSF’s Employee Manual
Must be available to occasionally work outside of regular office hours when needed
Occasional travel for meetings, trainings, or conferences may be required

Compensation & Benefits:
The expected initial salary for this position is expected to be in the mid $70K to mid $80K range. Other benefits include:
A fulfilling work environment at a supportive and entrepreneurially-driven organization
A competitive compensation package including employer-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance benefits
Very generous vacation and sick leave benefits plus nine paid holidays per year 403(b) plan with employer-paid contributions after one year of employment
Exposure to innovative ideas, projects, and collaborative staff activities
Access to numerous professional development opportunities

Application Instructions:
Please submit your resume via e-mail to along with a thoughtful cover letter. In the cover letter, please explain why you are interested in the mission, values, and activities of RSF Social Finance. Please also tell us why your skills and experience would make you successful in this role.
In the e-mail subject line, please write “Senior Financial Accountant”.

San Francisco, CA, United States

THNK: Admissions Director

THNK School of Creative Leadership

Do you have a keen curatorial eye?

Are you a relationship builder at your core?

A networker and connector?

Are you aware of the challenges facing today’s most audacious leaders?

If so, read on…

As the THNK Admissions Director, you seek out the luminaries, pioneers, innovators and game changers who understand the intersection of technology, business, society and culture. People on the verge of a breakthrough—inspirational in their focus, with goals that can change the world.

Reporting to THNK’s Global Managing Director, you are responsible for the ethical and authentic recruitment of prospective participants. You understand that to excel in a sales role you must be a trusted advisor helping guide prospects in a consultative relationship-building environment. You advise, coach and support qualified potential participants in achieving their professional and personal goals by enrolling in THNK, and help the school reach our annual revenue goals.

As part of your role, you will do proactive outreach to individuals who fit the candidate profile and will also handle provided leads from our digital platforms, our community and the global network. Your performance will be assessed on achieving sales goals and on the quality, volume and velocity of outbound calls, inbound calls, lead contact activity, and completed applications.


SEARCH FOR COMMON GROUND: Foundations and Corporate Relations Manager

Search for Common Ground

Under the supervision of the Senior Manager for Development and Communications, the Foundations and Corporate Relations Manager will develop an integrated strategy for securing grants, sponsorships, and corporate memberships.The Manager will professionally represent Search with external audiences as required in the performance of day-to-day responsibilities. The Manager will serve as the primary organizational contact for foundation and corporate partners and coordinate all communication with partners. Where relevant to the position, the Manager will also support the VP and Development team in annual and long-term planning for relevant engagement of Foundation and Corporate contacts with global board and membership councils, events, and meetings with executive leadership.

Washington, DC, United States

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