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Nonprofit HR’s Talent Acquisition practice pairs talented mission-driven professionals with organizations where they can make a meaningful impact. Our experts partner with you through every step of the nonprofit staffing process, from sourcing and vetting candidates to negotiating compensation, so that your organization can secure the talent it needs to achieve its goals.

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Screenshot 2016-03-30 20.18.14Nonprofit HR has a network of talented professionals seeking full-time positions, temporary work and contract project at nonprofits like yours. Our talent pool changes frequently, so contact us to connect with available talent that fits your needs.

Words cannot express how grateful I am to have met your team and I am even more grateful to have landed this wonderful opportunity because you all believed in me and gave me a chance.

Jamison Huff, jobseeker placed by Nonprofit HRNative American Contractor's Association

I just wanted to reach out to you all and say thank you for this opportunity. It has been a pleasure to work with you all. This was the best temp assignment I ever had, and if things change in the future, I will look to you all again for your wonderful staffing assistance.

Jontice SmallInternational Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail & Transportation Workers (SMART)

Talent Acquisition Practice Lead
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Yvonne Rivera, CSP

Director, Talent Acquisition/Practice Lead
Email: yrivera@nonprofithr.comPhone: (202) 644-7422

Nonprofit HR has been a valued, stellar partner in growing our staff. We have hired three out of three staff that NonprofitHR have placed with NBOA on a temporary basis, and NonprofitHR has supported NBOA to grow from 11 to 14 FTEs.

Robin Smith, Vice President, Finance and AdministrationNational Business Officer's Association

Greenpeace USA has engaged Nonprofit HR to lead and drive multiple strategic human resources efforts that impact our ability to deliver on our mission. We are especially appreciative for the expertise and leadership they provided while shepherding us through the executive search process, helping us to identify and hire a dynamic business partner to serve as our Chief Operating Officer.

Annie Leonard, Executive DirectorGreenpeace USA

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Position Annoucement

Title: Board of Directors and Committee Manager

Reports To: President and CEO

The International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions is seeking a Board of Directors and Committee Manager to join its Executive Staff.

The Manager provides the President and CEO with administrative and project management support relating to the IAAPA Board of Directors and Executive and Finance Committee specifically, and IAAPA committees generally. The Manager also provides support for the Association’s annual Service Awards and Hall of Fame Awards.

The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and minimum of five (5) years’ experience with nonprofit Board management, including staffing of committees, organizing and running Board and committee meetings and reporting on their activities. This individual must also demonstrate effective organizational skills and have the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

The most successful candidates will be able to demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with established Board members, staff, members and other key stakeholders, have excellent interpersonal skills and advanced computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, iMIS and Sitefinity.

This position is located in IAAPA’s Orlando, FL HQ office and requires approximately 20% domestic and international travel to attend and participate in required IAAPA meetings/events. The position requires extensive physical mobility and the ability to hear, speak and communicate audibly.

Interested applicants should apply to:

HR@iaapa.org (Electronic applications preferred)

Or send a cover letter and resume to:

Board of Directors & Committee Manager Search

c/o Human Resources

International Association for Amusement Parks & Attractions

1448 Duke Street | Alexandria, VA 22314 USA

IAAPA is an equal opportunity employer.

Nonprofit HR has been awarded Inavero’s Best of Staffing® Talent Award and Best of Staffing Client Award for providing superior service to those we serve. Presented in partnership with CareerBuilder, Inavero’s Best of Staffing Talent and Client winners have proven to be industry leaders in service quality based completely on the ratings given to them by the permanent and temporary employees they’ve helped find jobs. On average, talent of winning agencies are 50% more likely to be completely satisfied with the service provided compared to those placed by non-winning agencies. Award winners make up less than two percent of all staffing agencies in the U.S. and Canada who earned the Best of Staffing Award for service excellence.

CSP_logo_RGBPatty Hampton, Yvonne Rivera and Nena Coleman of the Nonprofit HR team are Certified Staffing Professionals designated by the American Staffing Association. The CSP® program promotes industry-wide competency standards through a uniform national program. Individuals must successfully complete an exam on labor and employment law principles and ethical practices applicable to the staffing industry, including the Affordable Care Act, in order to be certified.