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Job Listings

The WVNPA offers the opportunity for members and respective constituencies to list job opportunities on the WVNPA website to promote employment and career advancement opportunities. Each organization posting an employment opportunity can include in their posting: Job Title, Organization Name, Application Deadline, Organization Contact Information (email, website, phone number, and mailing address), and a 75 word description of the position. Scroll down to read through current listings. The cost for this service is as follows:

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Member Free Free $25 $60 $100 $200
Non-Member $25 $50 $100 $250 $500 $750

Questions or want to advertise a job? Call the WVNPA at 304-667-2248 or email

Clay Center – Grants & Projects Developer
Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences of West Virginia is seeking a Grants & Projects developer who will lead the identification, research, and writing of grants that support the Center’s various operating, programmatic and capital needs and projects.  Work on the conceptual development and matching of potential grantors to specific needs for the purpose of developing coherent, compelling and successful grant applications. Assist in the administration of the “Clay Center Impact Grant” program. Develop an annual strategic grant writing plan for government (local, State and Federal), corporate foundation, private foundation, and community (public) foundation funding.  Create a standard grant application, align programs and projects to meet relevant funding needs and grant guidelines, and work on special projects as needed. Develop a process for reporting grant activities to the Board of Directors and the community. Maintain an annual grants seeking calendar. Bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years grant writing experience with proven ability to secure funding. Samples of previous writing/grant writing may be requested.  See complete job description at

Carnegie Hall – Development Associate
is seeking applicants for the position of Development Associate. The Development Associate will work with the Executive Director and Development Director to support the development efforts of Carnegie Hall and Carnegie Hall Foundation. The Development Associate will assist in communicating with sponsors/donors; coordinate special events; document development activities; provide administrative support for grant creation, administration, and documentation; support various committees of the two entities; answer phones; sell performance tickets; and provide other support as necessary the Executive Director and Development Director. This is a part-time, grant-funded position. There is some flexibility in the hours/work days. The position is initially for one year, and continuation of the job will depend on the availability of funds. The successful candidate will be highly organized, skilled in using spreadsheets and databases, have excellent communication and customer relation skills, and be highly motivated and self-directed. Experience with fundraising, donor development, special events, and Sales Force/PatronManager a plus. An associate’s or bachelor’s degree is preferred, but a high school graduate with demonstrated work experience in related areas may be considered. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to by November 30.

Good News Mountaineer Garage – Administrative Assistant
Good News Mountaineer Garage, a nonprofit organization that seeks donated vehicles, repairs and provides them to low-income families needing transportation to get to work has an opening for an Administrative Assistant. Successful applicant must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills including report and record keeping, scheduling and logistics planning. Responsible for a wide range of administrative and office support activities, including information gathering and monitoring.  Attention to detail, team work, flexibility and dependability a must.  Working knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word and Excel, as well as Access database, along with the principles and practices of basic office management necessary.  Competitive salary and benefits package.  EOE.  Click A fuller job description may be found at .  Send resume, cover letter and three references to or mail to 1637 4th Avenue, Charleston, WV 25387 by December 8, 2017.

Mon Health – Director of Volunteers
Mon Health has an open position for Director of Volunteers which involves managing over 200 volunteers, the Ball of the Year and other events. Minimum Education Requirement: B.S. Degree in Behavioral Sciences, Management or Health Services Administration is preferred. Minimum Experience Requirement: Prior experience should include two to five years in volunteer services or in a related health care field, preferred. A demonstrated interest and experience in volunteer services is essential. Must be able to relate to persons of all ages and diverse backgrounds, skills and abilities. Must be flexible and adaptive to changing demands. Must possess excellent administrative and organizational qualities. Must demonstrate outstanding communication skills and display strong professional image. Interested parties can apply at:

Philanthropy WV – Program & Engagement Coordinator
Philanthropy West Virginia is seeking an energetic and talented Program and Engagement Coordinator to play a key role in our mission driven organization. This position coordinates program development, implementation, membership engagement, and membership retention.  Philanthropy WV has a great working environment, mission driven, and quality salary and benefits for the right person to join our “lean, mean, producing machine of a staff”.  The position is based in our Morgantown, WV Office.  You can check out the full posting by CLICKING HERE!   

Huntington Museum of Art – Grant Writer                          
Huntington Museum of Art is seeking a full-time Grant Writer to aggressively research, develop, write and submit proposals, letters, and other reports as necessary to secure grant support from foundation and government funding sources. Primary responsibilities include prospect research and preparation of original proposals, reports and project prospecti. Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential, as is the ability to manage multiple projects and meet strict deadlines. The Grant Writer must work with all departments, securing all relevant information in efforts to increase contributed support and advance institutional programs and priorities.  A Bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. Two years related experience required; governmental and private foundation grant writing experience is preferred. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office products and have extensive skill working with the internet. A high degree of creativity, energy and initiative is required. The position will be filled by someone who wishes to be an enthusiastic member of a team of creative individuals. Full time position with benefits. Salary is commensurate with experience. Submit a cover letter, resume (including references) and a writing sample to For more information about HMA, visit our website: HMA is an equal opportunity employer.

Child Protect of Mercer County – Forensic Interviewer
Child Protect of Mercer County, Inc. is hiring a full time Forensic Interviewer. BA/BS degree is required. Experience in the child welfare field is preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience. Send resume, cover letter and 3 references to Child Protect, 120 Shaker Lane, Princeton, WV 24740 or email by October 31st. No phone calls or in-person inquiries please.

Faith in Action of the River Cities – Executive Director
Faith in Action River Cities, an inter-faith organization providing vital non-medical services to seniors in the Tri-State seeks compassionate, organized individual to fill the position of Executive Director.  Qualifications: bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in management or human services or equivalent experience; a commitment to serve the underprivileged, elderly and disabled; an appreciation for and acceptance of different expressions of faith; excellent organizational and planning skills; effective oral and written communication skills; proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Publisher, Excel and familiarity with Quick Books. Responsibilities: identifying and applying for grants and funding sources; planning and carrying out fundraising projects and events; supervision of employees and volunteers; recruiting and training of volunteers; and management of budget and office duties.  Position occasionally requires working some evenings or weekend hours and may necessitate being able to stand for long periods of time and occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds.  Full job description is available upon request. Interested applicants should send resume along with contact information for 3-5 references to or mail to Faith in Action of the River Cities, 200 19th Street, Huntington, WV 25703, Attention: David Blackburn, President.  Applications should be submitted by October 10, 2017.  EOE.

City of Morgantown – Grant Writer/Administrator
Outstanding opportunity for a Grant Writer/Administrator for the City of Morgantown.  The candidate should be skilled in researching and identifying new government and private funding prospects, generate revenues for City programs and services through timely submission of well researched, documented, and written grant proposals, and identify funding opportunities and new program areas to match city priorities through private, corporate, and government grant opportunities. Bachelor’s degree with a major in English/Education, Journalism, Communications, or marketing. Background in grant program administration is preferred.  2 years of successful grant writing management experience with proven ability to secure funding. For more information, visit Please send resume to by September 21, 2017.

Catholic Charities West Virginia: Adult Education Instructor

Catholic Charities West Virginia is looking for a full-time Adult Education Instructor for the Huntington Center for Community Learning and Advancement. Qualified individuals will have a Bachelor’s Degree in education, social services, or social sciences fields, with experience in adult basic/technical education preferred. Individuals must have a professional teaching certificate or be eligible for an Adult Teaching License by having a four-year degree with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Applicants are required to have experience in teaching, lesson planning, and computer instruction. If you are interested in being considered for the position or would like more information, please contact Emily Robinson, Western Regional Director at 304-380-0162 or

Catholic Charities West Virginia: SNAP Outreach Specialist
Catholic Charities West Virginia is looking for a full-time SNAP Outreach Specialist located in Princeton WV, who will work closely with the SNAP Outreach Coordinator in developing relationships with community organizations which is essential in carrying out the mission and vision of Catholic Charities Wet Virginia and the SNAP Outreach grant. The SNAP Outreach Specialist will work closely with local DHHR offices to insure a successful SNAP application process. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social service or related field or high school diploma and 3 years of experience in social service field; understanding and/or experience in community outreach; ability to work with economically disadvantaged clientele with compassion, understanding and positive attitude; Knowledge of community resources and services; excellent written, verbal, communication, and interpersonal skills; excellent computer skills with the ability to track data and generate reports; must have transportation and be willing to travel as needed. Candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and three references by e-mail to

Catholic Charities West Virginia : Nutrition Monitor
Catholic Charities West Virginia is looking for a full-time Nutrition Monitor for the Child Care Food Program located in Morgan, Jefferson and Berkeley counties.  The duties include monitoring a caseload of family child care providers, recruiting new providers to the program, organizing and completing unannounced meal reviews in the homes of participating providers, ensuring that child care providers maintain the required documentation to participate in the program, and assisting in the development and delivery of training events. Qualified individuals will have a high school diploma or GED, basic knowledge of child nutrition, a valid driver’s license with dependable transportation, strong organizational and communication skills, the ability to work independently and work with individuals from a variety of backgrounds. Please send resume and three references by August 18, 2017 by e-mail to or to Jane Rose, Child Care Food Program, Catholic Charities West Virginia, 2000 Main Street  Suite #121, Wheeling WV  26003

Catholic Charities West Virginia : Interim Service Coordinator
Catholic Charities of West Virginia is looking for a full-time Interim Service Coordinator for the WV Birth to Three program in Morgantown.  The duties include follow-up on child referrals; conduct family interviews; assist with initial linkages; assist with eligibility determination/IFSP development; and coordinate transition procedures. Qualified individuals will have a Bachelors Degree from an accredited university in a Human Services field; a valid driver’s license and dependable transportation; and the ability to work in a team environment. Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three references to Wendy Miller at

Catholic Charities West Virginia : Executive Director
Catholic Charities West Virginia is seeking an experienced leader to serve as Executive Director who provides leadership and vision for the agency and works closely with the Board of Directors and leadership of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston to articulate and fulfill the agency’s mission. The position is located in Wheeling. For more information, contact Bryan Minor at or visit the job posting at