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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

Main Street Executive Director—Elkins, West Virginia

The Elkins Main Street Board of Directors is accepting resumes for the position of Executive Director.  The director will be responsible for coordinating activities to nurture a vibrant, livable down town utilizing the Main Street Four-Point Approach. Applicants should have education and/or experience in one or more of the following areas: Historic Preservation, Planning, Economic Development, Retailing, Marketing, Design, Event Management, Volunteer Management, Non-Profit Management, or Small Business Development. The Director must be entrepreneurial, energetic, well organized and be able to work will with others as well as in an independent environment. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential, as well as knowledge of a variety of computer software programs. The salary range is $25,000 to $30,000, dependent on qualifications/experience. Submit resume, cover letter, and three letters of reference by May 4, 2018, by emailing to: Click here for a link to the full job description.

WVNPA – Administrative Assistant                     
The West Virginia Nonprofit Association is seeking an Administrative Assistant & Membership Support staff to work with and in support of the state’s nonprofit sector.  The position reports to the Executive Director to ensure the timely management of the organization’s operations and membership processing. The position is part-time starting at 15 hours per week but can evolve into additional hours up to full time employee with benefits.  The Administrative Assistant will be required to work out of a fully equipped WVNPA office on the 2nd floor of City National Bank downtown Lewisburg for a minimum of 2-3 hours 3 days a week to process mail and coordinate deposits and payables.  All other work can be done from a home office if preferred. Some travel may be required.  For a full description of duties click here. Submit cover letter, resume, and references to by May 7, 2018. EOE.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central West Virginia
Local child advocacy organization seeks an Executive Director. The position is responsible for all aspects of the of the operations and programs. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is accountable for ensuring that the agency stays true to its mission and meets its financial and fundraising targets. The Executive Director must have superior communication skills, fundraising experience, and a bachelor’s degree. Click here to view the full job description and to apply.

Kanawha Valley Senior Services – Operations Director
Kanawha Valley Senior Services has opening for an Operations Director. Oversees daily general business and personnel operations; reports to the Executive Director.  Must have administrative experience with non-profits. Strong management skills required. BS or BA degree highly desirable. Send resume electronically to, no later than April 15,2018.  Must agree to background check and drug screen. EOE.

Good News Mountaineer Garage – Executive Director
A growing nonprofit working to solve transportation issues for low-income families in West Virginia seeks a dynamic executive director to take the organization towards continued growth, expanded services and capital security. Previous experience in administration and management a must. For additional information and application submission requirements please visit

Volunteer West Virginia—AmeriCorps Program Officer
The Program Officer is a member of the program team and is jointly responsible for coordinating the selection, support, and evaluation of Volunteer West Virginia (VWV)-funded national service programs (AmeriCorps State and AmeriCorps VISTA); reporting on progress to primary stakeholders; and managing budgets and expenditures of grantees. The program officer may take the lead on a specific area of community or grantee development including the grants process, member and program training, or outreach and new program development. Additionally, the Program Officer is responsible for promoting an ethic of service across the state through outreach efforts and by acting as a liaison between VWV and other organizations that are a part of the service, nonprofit and volunteer network. The Program Officer reports to the Senior AmeriCorps Officer.  A full position description is available here. Please send your resume, references, preferred salary range, and any other information by email to with “AmeriCorps Program Officer” in the subject line. Agency website:

Huntington Museum of Art—Development Director
Is seeking applicants for the position of Development Director – Oversee all fundraising for the Museum. Directly responsible for annual project-based fundraising, major gifts and planned giving. Manage department staff and grow connections in the community and maintain effective working relationships with the public. Bachelor’s degree required and a minimum four years’ experience in fundraising and development. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to by March 30, 2018.

Milan Puskar Health Right – Grants Manager
Milan Puskar Health Right, a non-profit dedicated to providing health care to low income residents of North Central WV, has an immediate opening for a grants manager. This is a full-time position and requires excellent written communication skills, the ability to work as a team member, to identify and write grants, and to assist in meeting the funding needs of health care related projects. Effective time management skills, computer skills and knowledge of data collection are also required. Please send resume to Laura L. Jones, Executive Director, Milan Puskar Health Right, P.O. Box 1519, Morgantown, WV 26507 or by email to  EOE by March 16, 2018.

Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation—President
The Board of Trustees of the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation seeks a collaborative leader and strategic thinker to serve as President of the Foundation.  Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Benedum Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) philanthropic organization that focuses its grantmaking in support of economic development, education, health and human services, and community development in the state of West Virginia and four counties in Southwestern Pennsylvania (including the city of Pittsburgh), and more broadly in regional economic development in the tri-state region of West Virginia, Southwestern Pennsylvania, and Southeastern Ohio.  For a full position description, click here.

Women’s Aid in Crisis West Virginia–Executive Director
Women’s Aid in Crisis, Inc. seeks an experienced leader to spearhead WAIC’s domestic violence and sexual assault prevention and intervention programs in six counties. Position is based in Elkins. The Executive Director oversees all aspects of the organization’s operations and promotes WAIC’s mission statewide. Qualified candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in a related field or 10 years of relevant experience; administrative and non-profit financial management experience preferred. Email cover letter and résumé to For more information and a complete job description, please visit here.

Inspire West Virginia—Part Time Organizer, Morgantown and Charleston
Inspire WV is a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization. We are hiring an organizer in each town to work approx 20 hours per week.  The Organizer will recruit and train volunteers, communicate with school leaders, and support high school students to organize opportunities to engage their peers in the voting process. The Organizer will assist with the coordination and implementation of high school voter registration and be responsible for processing, submission and accurate data entry of voter registration forms. Local travel is required and the Organizer will need a reliable vehicle, license and insurance. For more information and how to apply go to

National Hemophilia Foundation—Chapter Executive Director
The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is now looking for a Chapter Executive Director to lead our West Virginia Chapter. Based in Morgantown, the Executive Director is responsible for the successful execution of programs, fundraising campaigns, and financial management to ensure a viable and sustainable chapter. NHF offers a rewarding work environment, an excellent benefit package and a salary that is commensurate with experience. Please send your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to

Youth Health Service, Inc.—Behavioral Health Therapist, Buckhannon
Youth Health Service, Inc. (YHS) is currently seeking applications for a full-time Behavioral Health Therapist, in Upshur and Lewis Counties.   Responsibilities and duties primarily include providing individual, group, and family therapy for youth enrolled into outpatient behavioral health services. Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling required.  License and experience preferred but not required.  Sign on bonus for selected candidate; eligibility for tuition reimbursement through the National Health Service Corp; comprehensive benefit package and competitive salary. EOE. Please send resume to or mail to Youth Health Service, 971 Harrison Ave., Elkins, WV  26241.

Youth Health Service, Inc.—Behavioral Health Therapist, Elkins
Youth Health Service, Inc. (YHS) is currently seeking applications for a full-time Behavioral Health Therapist, in Upshur and Lewis Counties.   Responsibilities and duties primarily include providing individual, group, and family therapy for youth enrolled into outpatient behavioral health services. Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, or Counseling required.  License and experience preferred but not required.  Sign on bonus for selected candidate; eligibility for tuition reimbursement through the National Health Service Corp; comprehensive benefit package and competitive salary. EOE. Please send resume to or mail to Youth Health Service, 971 Harrison Ave., Elkins, WV  26241.

Glenville State College—Manager of Grants
Glenville State College seeks an administrator to oversee and manage incoming grant awards, contracting, reporting, writing and submitting grant proposals, and other administrative functions for the college. The Manager of Grants will work collaboratively with faculty and staff to pursue external funding for college related projects.  Responsible for writing and managing all grants. This includes keeping an executive summary and timeline for each agreement, maintaining a database of proposal and reporting due dates and communicating deadlines to applicable staff, ensuring on-time and complete follow through on all grant applications and reports.Bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years of related experience in grant writing required. Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references. This position is open until filled.
Apply online at or by email at

Facing Hunger Food Bank – Director of Finance
This position is responsible for the completion and oversight of the delegation (if applicable) of a range of financial activities including accounts payable, accounts receivable, reconciliations, payroll, grant disbursements, management of budgets and administrative support to the Executive Director.  This position is also responsible for the direct supervision of other finance staff members, including staff accountant and accounting assistant/clerk. The deadline for the application is December 29, 2017. Send CV attn Cynthia Kirkhart, Executive Director at the following address: Facing Hunger Food Bank, 1327 Seventh Avenue Huntington, WV 25701. Cynthia Kirkhart may also be reached at or at the following phone numbers: 304/523-6029, x25, 740/339-3277 (mobile).

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: