Nonprofit Career Opportunities
Food For The Poor seeks compassionate, capable individuals to help us serve those in greatest need. Our organization relies on a dedicated staff to partner with donors in bringing relief to poverty-stricken communities.
If you are someone who feels a call to serve the poor, we encourage you to submit your resume. Listed below are the open positions at Food For The Poor:
Clergy for our Speakers Bureau
Are you interested in preaching in the U.S. on behalf of Food For The Poor’s ministry to destitute families throughout the Caribbean and Latin America? As opportunities become available throughout the year, we hire English-speaking and bilingual (Spanish/English) Catholic and Episcopal priests and Lutheran pastors.
Your participation will open hearts to the gospel message and create public awareness of the Third World’s plight.Through your involvement, you will help Food For The Poor provide needy families with food, medicine, basic housing, education and more.
- Commitment is only for weekends
- Salary/stipend, travel and expenses provided
- No relocation necessary
- Must have permission from Bishop or Major Superior
Join the outreach of Food For The Poor today.
For more information,call Joan Vidal toll-free 877-654-2960 ext. 6419 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Throughout US Relocation: Not necessary Travel: Yes
Events Manager – Special Events
If you are a motivated, dynamic individual who can coordinate galas and events for 400 or more people, all while achieving fundraising goals and acquiring new donors, then Food For The Poor has a wonderful opportunity for you.
The Event Manager's primary responsibility is to produce financially and operationally successful events while meeting budgetary goals. The Events Manager works under the direction of the Special Events Director in creating and achieving the goals established for each event, while keeping with the organization's missions, values and vision. These events include, but are not limited to: galas, 5K walks/runs, black-tie cocktail affairs and other third-party fundraisers.
For each event, the Event Manager is responsible for developing new leads and sponsors, recruiting committee members, and planning and production, which result in raising funds. The Events Manager must coordinate elements of multiple events at one time. A successful candidate is responsible for building teamwork, must be detail-oriented, and able to multitask and delegate when possible.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Interpersonal skills, including public relations and diplomacy
- Strong organizational, time-management and negotiating skills
- Schedule driven and detail oriented
- Creative and self-motivated
- Flexible with ability to travel
- Computer proficiency in Microsoft applications, including Word, Excel and AS400 database systems, plus Internet and social media proficiency required
- Sponsorship sales and major gifts experience in a nonprofit setting is preferred
- Excellent networking and relationship-building skills
- Enthusiastic, flexible and able to work well under pressure/tight deadlines
- Skilled in prioritizing work on multiple projects simultaneously
- Minimum 5 years’ experience in fundraising, marketing, sales, public relations and event coordination with a successful track record in a wide spectrum of events