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Native Americans in Philanthropy is dedicated to increasing and nurturing Indigenous representation in the philanthropic sector. With that in mind, the opportunities on our Job Board fit one of the following criteria:    

  1. The position is within a philanthropic or nonprofit organization 
  2. The position itself is philanthropic in nature and/or focuses on roles essential to or valued by the philanthropic sector i.e. fundraising, grantmaking, gift processing or development, donor relations, nonprofit management and/or administration, social justice, equity, conservation, etc.  

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NOTE: Positions marked as "Featured" are either Native-focused roles or based at organizations focused on Native communities.

Managing Director

Coalition to Advance Public Safety Remote $150,000-$200,000
Policy/Advocacy Program Full Time

Job Details

Organization: Coalition to Advance Public Safety

Job Title: Managing Director

Location: Remote

Job Posting:

Salary: $170,000 to $180,000

Term: Contracted for 3 years

The inaugural Managing Director serves as the coordinating and operational lead for the Coalition to Advance Public Safety. In service of CAPS’ life-saving work, the Managing Director will facilitate collaboration among Core4 team members, funders, local leaders, and other stakeholders;monitor and report on project deliverables and objectives;and manage coalition finances and administration. The MD will report to the Core4 Executive Directors and may manage staff and/or contractors as project needs and resources dictate.

This is a remote opportunity with up to 25% travel. While reporting to all four of the CAPS EDs, the Managing Director position will initially be housed at The Health Alliance for Violence Intervention (HAVI) and operate as a contract position with compensation between $170,000 and $180,000. The role is currently funded through 2026; beyond that, continued engagement or employment is contingent on CAPS receiving additional grant funding. As CAPS’s first dedicated staffer, the Managing Director will work with the Core4 team to determine the organization’s evolution, potentially into a fiscally sponsored entity or an independent non-profit. At that time, the Managing Director is expected to shift from being a contractor for HAVI (a unit of Health Resources in Action) to being a benefited employee of CAPS (or CAPS’s fiscal sponsor).

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