Job Board

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.

Associate Director of Advancement

The Health Alliance for Violence Intervention Remote $80,000-$100,000
Fundraising/Development Full Time

Job Details

The Health Alliance for Violence Intervention (HAVI) invites nominations and applications for its inaugural development staff person, an Associate Director of Advancement (ADA). Located within the Health Resources in Action organization, The HAVI builds and connects violence intervention programs and promotes equity for victims of violence globally.

This role is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious fundraising professional to bring project management skills, relationship management experience, and appetite for growth to a dynamic organization at the forefront of the movement to heal systemic and interpersonal violence. The person in this position will have the ability to work collaboratively with talented senior staff and program directors to expand the breadth and impact of the organization by growing and systematizing its advancement work.

The ADA will be a central coordinator, working to ensure that The HAVI’s development pipeline is organized and the organization’s forward momentum on securing resources to support its work remains strong. The person in this role will, over time and with support, be responsible for securing significant funds to expand the scope and breadth of the organization’s impact and to support the organization’s signature programs. They will be expected to develop relationships with The HAVI’s Advancement Council and key funders and to build internal processes for pipeline management, stewardship, and grant reporting. Eventually, the ADA may also have the opportunity to help steward the growth of HAVI’s advancement function as the team and operation scales up to support organizational needs.

The Associate Director of Advancement is an exempt, full-time, fully remote position with some domestic travel, and will report to The HAVI’s Executive Director. The salary range for this role is between $95,000-$105,000, based on skills and experience. Staff must be fully vaccinated to work in HRiA's Boston office as desired and/or to conduct any in-person work activities, unless ineligible due to approved medical or religious exemption. Vaccination status will be verified upon hire.

The HAVI offers robust benefits to its employees, including competitive salaries, health insurance, a retirement plan, flexible summer hours, vacation starting at 4 weeks, 13 paid holidays, and office closure time during the last week of December.



This search is being led by Tamar Datan and Eva Rosenberg of the talent strategy firm NPAG. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Candidates may submit their cover letter, outlining their interest and qualifications, along with their resume via NPAG’s website.

If you would like to submit a nomination for this role or to request accommodations in the application process, please email Eva at


HRiA is actively seeking to build a diverse and experienced staff. The organization encourages multiple perspectives and experiences, supports a multicultural environment, and strives to hire and retain a diverse workforce that reflects the populations they work with and the communities where they work. Diversity is a core value of HRiA resulting in culturally competent services, materials, resources, and programs. Their hiring and business practices appreciate the strengths offered through different backgrounds.


HRiA is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities in employment, its services, programs, and activities. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or genetic information.

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