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Member Placement Specialist

Imagine having the opportunity to create a meaningful employment experience, one that is mission based, meets your career goals and your desire to do socially responsible work. A career where you are a member of a vibrant, inclusive movement dedicated to making the world a better place by teaching all girls leadership skills. What type of organization would you choose?

For more than 100 years, the Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia (GSCV) has helped girls develop the skills and confidence they need to succeed in every area of life. In Girl Scouts, girls learn what it takes to be a leader. The leadership development program for girls is based on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience model, which allows girls to discover a positive value system and a strong sense of self, connect with others, build healthy relationships, identify causes that are meaningful, and take action to make the world a better place.

GSCV is adding a Member Placement Specialist to the dynamic team. The Member Placement Specialist is responsible for successfully culminating recruitment efforts by initiating and pursuing communications strategies and protocols needed to convert prospective members (leads) to registered members. Member Placement Specialist is responsible for securing increased girl and adult volunteer participation as well as the community partnerships needed to implement Girl Scouting within an assigned area.

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Director of Marketing & Communication

Imagine having the opportunity to create a meaningful employment experience, one that is mission based, meets your career goals and your desire to do socially responsible work. A career where you are a member of a vibrant, inclusive movement dedicated to making the world a better place by teaching all girls leadership skills. What type of organization would you choose?

For more than 100 years, Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia (GSCV) has helped girls develop the skills and confidence they need to succeed in every area of life. In Girl Scouts, girls learn what it takes to be a leader. The leadership development program for girls is based on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience model, which allows girls to discover a positive value system and a strong sense of self, connect with others, build healthy relationships, identify causes that are meaningful, and take action to make the world a better place.

GSCV is adding a Director of Marketing and Communications to the dynamic team. The Director of Marketing and Communications is responsible for developing, enhancing, and maintaining the council’s image and brand. The incumbent takes a leadership role in creating, implementing and managing strategies for public relations, communications, media, and marketing campaigns to promote Girl Scouting to internal and external audiences, using all forms of media available to increase girl and adult membership and gain financial and community support. The incumbent also oversees the development and implementation of a variety of marketing initiatives to generate leads for both girls and adult volunteers.

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Behind the Wheel Coordinator of Transportation Independence Program

ReEstablish Richmond connects our newest neighbors to life-building
tools and resources to ensure that their integration into the community is a positive and
empowering experience. Through bus orientations, learner’s permit preparation, DMV
orientation/navigation support, scholarships for behind the wheel lessons, and car donations,
our Transportation Independence program equips refugee and immigrant newcomers with
the knowledge and skills they need to get themselves where they want to go.

Working in assistance to the Transportation Independence program
Director and in collaboration with the Resource Access Coordinator, the Behind the Wheel
Coordinator is an integral part of ensuring that newcomers are connected to the resources
needed to learn and develop safe driving skills to independently and confidently manage
their family’s basic transportation needs.

Please visit to read the full job description and learn how to apply.

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Facilities and Exhibits Technician

The Children’s Museum of Richmond is searching for a part-time Facilities Technician to help us achieve our mission of inspiring growth in all children by engaging families in learning through play. This position supports the Chesterfield and Downtown locations and reports to the Manager of Facilities and Exhibits.

The Facilities Technician will support the Museum by ensuring both locations are clean, comfortable, and safe environments for visitors, volunteers, and staff. The Technician will assist the Faculties and Exhibits team maintain exhibits, building, and outside areas. This position will perform daily maintenance of the two facilities as needed, including electrical and plumbing troubleshooting and repair, maintaining landscaping, painting, moving furniture, and assisting with exhibits fabrication. This position offers a flexible schedule that can include evening, nights, and weekends.

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Communications Director

Do you want to be a part of a dynamic organization that promotes environmental stewardship, restores and preserves historic public gardens and hosts America’s only state-wide home and garden tour?

The Garden Club of Virginia seeks a communications director to inspire engagement, participation, and support for the GCV’s mission and programs. The director will build the GCV’s digital communications capacity by incorporating more video, web, virtual programming, and social media, and will help to produce print publications and collateral materials and will support media relations.

The Garden Club of Virginia is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization comprising 3,400 members from 48 garden clubs. Its staff works closely with volunteer-led committees to host a variety of programs for members and the general public, helping to expand knowledge and promote interest in conservation, horticulture, historic garden restoration, floral design, photography and more.

The communications director—a new position–will report to the executive director and will supervise a coordinator.

Position responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Develop an annual communications plan
• Project-manage a website redesign; work with committees and communications coordinator to inform the content and functionality of the new site
• Coordinate with committees and staff to develop and integrate GCV’s educational programs –such as workshops and webinars – to be accessible and more widely disseminated online
• Oversee and enforce GCV’s brand standards
• Manage a master communications calendar to ensure appropriate coverage and timing of news and information across all of the GCV’s communications vehicles
• Develop GCV’s social media plan and guidelines and be active in content development, channel management and analysis
• Coordinate with the Historic Garden Week team on messaging and cross-promotions
• Identify publicity opportunities; draft press releases; coordinate with GCV spokespeople

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Doug E. Fresh – RPAA’s Alternate Routes: A Night in NYC (Benefit Concert)

Experience hip-hop icon DOUG E. FRESH – RPAA’s Alternate Routes: A Night in NYC annual gala and benefit concert headlining artist!

Doug E. Fresh’s peers have dubbed him “The World’s Greatest Entertainer.” Chuck D, co-founder of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted group Public Enemy, coined the moniker after touring with Fresh and marveling at his unrivaled ability to electrify any crowd, of any age, race or gender, night after night.

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Partner Relations Manager (Office of Advancement)

Position Summary: The overall purpose of this full-time support position is to help establish and grow relationships with current and prospective donors and charitable foundations for the purpose of maintaining and increasing the long-term support of EHA. This position will work in close collaboration with the Director of Advancement, Admissions and Communications Manager, and Annual Giving Coordinator in the advancement office. Position Reporting Responsibility: This position reports directly to the Director of Advancement.

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Campaign & Policy Manager – Clean Energy & Climate Justice

Reports to: Executive Director
Position Status: Exempt, Salaried; 40 hours/week
Salary: $50,000 – $55,000 with Benefits
Position is based in Richmond, VA. Teleworking in Richmond area allowed except during General
Assembly and Team Meetings when in-person presence is required.

About VCN:

VCN is the network of 150+ partner organizations across the Commonwealth committed to building a powerful, diverse, and highly-coordinated conservation movement. VCN works on a wide range of issues including advancing climate action; restoring the health of the Chesapeake Bay; creating access to parks, trails, and walkable/bikeable communities; ensuring environmental justice for all; and more.

The VCN team includes eight total staff throughout the state. Each staff member works both independently and as part of the team. As a staff, we prioritize meeting up throughout the year for in-person planning meetings, an annual retreat, and other outdoor outings that have included tree planting, rafting down the James River, and visiting our state parks. During the General Assembly, VCN’s Richmond office is a hub office for the environmental community.

VCN is committed to build a more equitable and diverse organization and Network. VCN’s staff works collaboratively to update and implement an annual diversity, equity, inclusion and justice work plan. You can learn more about our work on DEIJ at


The Virginia Conservation Network (VCN) seeks a committed and motivated individual to lead its clean energy and climate justice work. The Campaign & Policy Manager will work with VCN’s Network Partners to develop and implement strategic advocacy campaigns, improve coordination among allies, and advance Virginia’s clean energy and climate justice policy.


The Campaign & Policy Manager will oversee our clean energy and climate justice work. The impacts of our energy production – particularly climate change – are directly impacting communities here in Virginia, from increased flooding and rising sea levels along our coast to higher rates of asthma in our cities. This is a defining issue of our time and we must act with the urgency the problem demands.

Virginia is moving in the right direction when it comes to tackling climate change. Still, it faces major obstacles as it works to protect and implement Virginia’s 100% clean energy policies in a way that protects communities and our natural environment. As the Campaign and Policy Manager, you will be responsible for:

Policy Creation and Coordination
– Shepherding Network Partners through the annual Common Agenda process to identify shared policy objectives through the creation of VCN’s Environmental Briefing Book;
– Working with our partners, including the Environmental Justice Collaborative, to ensure climate and energy policy priorities are equitable in their approach;
– Participating in the Environmental Justice Collaborative’s policy working group;
– Watchdogging state policy changes and their impacts on clean energy and climate justice;

Strategic Campaign Facilitation
– Working with partners to develop multiple state-based campaigns to advance state-based clean energy and climate justice policy; this can include regulatory, administrative, and legislative strategies;
– Facilitating VCN’s energy workgroup and associated campaign teams. This includes working with partners to set agendas for calls, identifying and empowering partners to take on campaign leadership, sharing regular updates on priority issues, and meeting one on one with partners;
– Providing support to Network Partners to implement campaign strategies and tactics, including specialized campaign plans, issue briefings, talking points, and action alerts;
– Organizing and providing a driving force behind campaign implementation, including opinion editorials, educational briefings, and other outreach;
– Recruiting new partner groups to join VCN by engaging them in climate and energy campaigns;
– Communicating and coordinating with non-partner strategic allies with shared clean energy and climate justice priorities

– Acting as VCN’s lead advocate in the General Assembly building on clean energy and climate justice issues;
– Helping to lead VCN’s Legislative Committee, including tracking legislation, developing positions for and against bills each Legislative Session, and communicating those positions to stakeholders and elected leaders;
– Developing and maintaining strong relationships with policymakers year-round, including state elected officials, state agency staff, and Administration leadership;
– Connecting Network Partners to policymakers;
– Being a vocal advocate and spokesperson for Virginia’s environment, for VCN, and for its Network Partners

In addition, the Campaign and Policy Manager will work with the rest of the VCN team towards our shared organizational goals around diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.

This is a full-time, salaried position based in Richmond, Virginia. The position reports to VCN’s Executive Director and is viewed as a leadership position within the broader environmental movement in VA. The position requires working outside of the typical business days a few times a month and regularly when the General Assembly is in session. This position includes travel throughout the state on average 2 – 5 days a month for partner meetings, conferences, and retreats. A driver’s license is required, but owning a car is not. Telework option requires high-speed internet capable of video meetings

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Senior Development Specialist – VCU College of Humanities and Sciences

The VCU College of Humanities and Sciences (CHS) seeks a Senior Development Specialist to join the Development team which seeks to cultivate and broaden interest in the College and the university. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Sr. Specialist performs a variety of administrative and programmatic support activities. The successful candidate will have exceptional oral, written and interpersonal communication skills, the ability to balance competing priorities and the ability to exercise judgment and professionalism when handling confidential information.

Job-Specific Duties:

•Lead planning and execution of donor stewardship communications, recognition programs, and events.
•Collaborate with volunteers, Board members, faculty, central development, and senior leadership across the university and health system on development-related activities.
•Assist internal and external customers, with a focus on customer service and outward mindset.
•Provide support for administrative needs to the College development team including, but not limited to, managing calendars, supporting development officers with prospect research and pre-visit preparation and proposals, coordinating communications including social media, and project management.
•Perform fiscal duties to ensure travel and reimbursements are managed and within budget, as well as make purchases in support of events and operations of the office.
•Coordinate, implement and track acknowledgement processes. Write personal and detailed acknowledgement letters for the Dean and other special correspondence. Notify the key development officer assigned to major donors.
•Pull constituent lists and other data from RADAR, the CRM of record.
•Serve as the point person for creating new initiatives or activities in VCU’s donor database. Serve as liaison to central development for all alumni relations and donor relations.
•Process gifts that are received in the office, collaborate with the VCU Foundation team and Gifts & Records Management to ensure the accuracy of recorded gifts and donor intent.
•Support donor relations projects and initiatives, including creating and tracking university gift agreements, assisting with correspondence/mailings/reports for endowment donors and donors in the university’s annual and planned giving societies.
•Facilitate donor and student correspondence and in person meetings to include annual scholarship thank you letters and in person visits.
•Serve as lead on CHS DAR budget and all CHS donor-funds administration including liaising with VCU Foundation and coordination with CHS Director of Finance, Office of Student Services and other CHS offices to deliver funds.
•Supervise one or more student interns/volunteers in the area of writing, stewardship activity, volunteer activities, and/or event planning, and help the student (if applicable) master skills that will be useful in furthering their education and their careers.

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Development Specialist – VCU School of Nursing

The School of Nursing is seeking to fill the role of Development Specialist. The Development Specialist will enhance the university’s relationship with donors through appropriate stewardship initiatives. The position assists several elements of fundraising programming and serves on the team implementing strategy for cultivating major gifts and provides support to development and alumni relations for the School of Nursing. The Development Specialist is a professional position reporting to the Sr. Director of Development. Specific duties include serving as a project lead for the logistics of events, overseeing regular stewardship communication with donors, coordinating development-related collateral, managing expenses for the development team and assisting the Sr. Director of Development.

Typical Duties

· Manages gift processing, pledge reminder and acknowledgement process for all donors to the school.

· Coordinates stewardship, condolence and congratulatory communications from the school to include phone calls, cards, special correspondence and flowers from the Development Office and dean.

· Conducts regular stewardship activities required by the development office to maintain and build relationships.

· Maintains the alumni and donor sections of the school’s websites. Writes content for the monthly e-newsletter.

· Coordinates with the school’s director of communications on donor and alumni related news and is in regular communication with DAR to communicate on behalf of VCU Alumni.

· Assists with logistics for all development (alumni, donor, etc.) events such as reunion weekend by encouraging classmates to attend, annual donor recognition event and retired faculty luncheon

· Provides administrative support to Sr. Director of Development including coordinating the director’s travel to meet with major gift prospects. Enter, maintain and update data, contact reports, actions and proposals in RADAR database on behalf of the director.

· Responsible for ensuring expenditures comply with State and University policies and procedures.

· Demonstrates a commitment to risk assessment (considering cost, benefit, and impact) – utilizes identified control mechanism, practices routine verification of the accuracy of data.

· Other duties as assigned.

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