Job Opportunities

As a benefit to members, NACC posts links to member job postings. Links stay active for 30 days at which point they will be removed. Members can resubmit postings upon expiration of the 30-day period. Please note that the date the position is posted refers to the date the job posting was added to the Job Opportunities webpage. For more information contact

Nonprofit Leadership Studies Program Director – Assistant Professor

The Nonprofit Leadership Studies Program (NLS) is dedicated to strengthening the capacity of Murray State University (MSU) graduates to exert positive impacts on the world through personal and professional commitments. The program envisions building communities that acknowledge and respect human difference; promote engaged responsible citizenship in a democratic society; and enhance international and global understanding. Click here to learn more.

NACC Program Coordinator II, at Texas A&M Bush School

The Program Coordinator II, serves on the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council as the Chief Administrator of NACC. Organizes and facilitates board member nomination and voting process. Organizes and facilitates new member recruitment, applications, voting, and on-boarding. Serves as a member liaison and ensures members are included and remain engaged in NACC committees, activities, and events. Supervises the website content and serves as the point person with the website developer. Serves as the NACC point of contact for academic publishers. Participates in and organizes marketing of NACC. Serves as the Accreditation Coordinator, promoting accreditation to universities, announce deadlines, and gather application materials from universities. We need an individual who subscribes to and supports our commitment as stated above. If this job description sounds interesting to you, we invite you to apply to be considered for this opportunity. More information can be found at

Program Manager

The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy (Johnson Center) seeks a Program Manager to join the Learning Services team, which provides nationally-recognized professional education, training, and tools for philanthropic learning. The Program Manager will take primary responsibility for developing and managing the content and curricula for LearnPhilanthropy Academy and The Grantmaking School, and also work closely with the Learning Services team on related projects. Ideal candidates will have good knowledge of the philanthropic/nonprofit sector, and a background in professional/adult education and curriculum design and development. More information can be found at

NC State Institute for Nonprofits

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences at North Carolina State University invites applications from scholars at the rank of associate professor or professor to also serve as the next Director and leader of its Institute for Nonprofits. Assistant Professors may be considered if they are close to tenure. See more information and the full job announcement here at

Assistant Professor / The University of Connecticut Department of Public Policy

The University of Connecticut Department of Public Policy seeks to fill a tenure track position at the rank of Assistant Professor starting in August 2020. More information can be found using this link.