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    Job Profile: Executive Director, Non-Profit Organization

    Job Profile: Executive Director, Non-Profit Organization
    Job Description Management, business, and financial occupations. Chief executives in advocacy, grantmaking, and civic organizations formulate policies and direct daily operations. In publicly held and nonprofit corporations, the board of directors ultimately is accountable for the success or failure of the enterprise, and the chief executive officer reports to the board. Chief executives perform a variety of duties depending the size ...
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    Job Profile: Administrative Assistant, Nonprofit Organization

    Job Profile: Administrative Assistant, Nonprofit Organization
    Job Description The larger the organization, the more administrative support occupations it needs. Advocacy, grantmaking, and civic organizations also employ bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks, receptionists and information clerks, executive secretaries and administrative assistants, office clerks, and first-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers commonly found in most business organizations. Salary Information Median Salary by Job - Employer Type: Non-Profit ...
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    Job Profile: Program Manager, Nonprofit Organization

    Job Profile: Program Manager, Nonprofit Organization
    Job Description In larger associations, there might be a number of operations specialty managers, each of whom is responsible for part of the organization’s operations. In a small association, executives are likely to direct many or all of these functions themselves and be required to wear many hats at one time. The most common type of operations specialty managers in advocacy, ...
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    Job Profile: Social Worker

    Job Profile: Social Worker
    Job Description Social work is a profession for those with a strong desire to help improve people’s lives. Social workers assist people by helping them cope with issues in their everyday lives, deal with their relationships, and solve personal and family problems. Some social workers help clients who face a disability or a life-threatening disease or a social problem, such as ...
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    Social Worker Ultimate Salary Guide

    Social Worker Ultimate Salary Guide
    Facts and Figures Median annual earnings of child, family, and school social workers were $37,480 in May 2006. The middle 50 percent earned between $29,590 and $49,060. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $24,480, and the top 10 percent earned more than $62,530. Median annual earnings in the industries employing the largest numbers of child, family, and school social workers ...
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    NonProfit Times: 2009 Salary & Benefits Survey

    NonProfit Times: 2009 Salary & Benefits Survey
    Amid the stock market meltdown, credit crunch and rising unemployment, 2009 looks like it will be a better year to be an employee rather than a boss, at least according to the latest national NPT Salary & Benefits Survey. Average salaries for half of the 10 director positions surveyed anticipate a decline in 2009, and those that expect to increase kept ...
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    First Offer Not Your First Choice? When to Take It - And When to Walk Away

    First Offer Not Your First Choice? When to Take It - And When to Walk Away
    When you're unemployed, unhappily employed or eager to change careers, jumping at the first offer you get - even if it isn't quite what you want - can be tempting. So should you? While an offer can give you a sense of security, that feeling can quickly vanish if the position just isn't right for you and you find yourself looking ...
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    5 Questions to Ask After the Offer

    5 Questions to Ask After the Offer
    All job hunters are waiting for that call -- the one that says they've landed the job. But as eager as you may be to escape either your current job or the unemployment ranks, don't abdicate your power position once the offer comes in. Now it's your turn to sit in the interviewer's seat and ask the nonprofit and yourself some ...
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