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Director of Finance
As a key member of the Leadership Team, the Director of Finance works closely with the Executive Director in the overall management of Matthew 25. The Director of Finance is responsible for the management of the operations of Matthew 25, including: finance, administration and human resources. This person must have a commitment to Matthew 25’s mission of supporting marginalized communities, integrity, a desire to lead, and a growth mindset. For an individual with the right experience, this position could be flexible between 30-40 hours per week with full benefits. Click here to view the full job description. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re looking for a friendly, outgoing person who can provide excellent hospitality and service to all who walk through our doors, while also managing our office environment, event planning and execution, and helping staff with a variety of administrative tasks. This person should be compassionate and cheerful, and have excellent communication and organization skills. Click here to view the full job description. To apply, send cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
The Development Coordinator will provide administrative support for the Development team, including managing the donor database, tracking grants, coordinating mailings, and conducting research. They should be extremely detail-oriented and organized, and have a strong commitment to providing an excellent donor experience. Click here to view the full job description. To apply, send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Iowa AmeriCorps
We’re currently hiring Green Iowa AmeriCorps positions for an 11-month term starting in September.
The program is seeking environmentally focused and passionate individuals to serve in the AmeriCorps State program focused on three program tracks; Energy & Community, Sustainable Schools, and Land & Water Stewards. Each program track engages members in direct service, environmental education, volunteer and community engagement, and professional development opportunities in their own unique ways with various host agencies throughout the state.
The program will pay you while you serve, with access to free trainings, professional development opportunities, and an education stipend! As a member, you’ll get to spend a year gaining hands on experience in areas of energy, conservation, environmental education, community engagement, and much more!
For more information about 11-month positions starting in September download the GIA 11-month position description.