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

Lily Family School of Philanthropy | Curriculum Development Specialist (Associate Director of Curriculum Design)

Through innovation and expertise, the Associate Director, Curriculum Design ensures that The Fund Raising School (TFRS) remains on the leading edge of research-based content and curriculum in public courses, custom training, webinars, and podcasts. This position is responsible for identifying and creating new courses and certificates while also updating current courses at the highest levels of quality and relevance. The ideal candidate will have capability to understand research studies and academic journal articles and have ability to translate research-based findings into practical, professional development curriculum for adult learners in an executive education environment. Learn more about the position here.

Murray State University | Nonprofit Leadership Studies Assistant Professor/Program Director

The NLS Program is seeking leadership that will ensure strengthened alignment with the needs of civil society and the nonprofit sector, supported through its strategic interconnections with the business and government sectors. Institutional and community support provide an opportunity for the Program Director to innovate, build, and grow all aspects of the NLS Program. Service learning teaching methodology is integrated throughout the NLS Program curriculum to ensure opportunities for students to apply their classroom knowledge to the community at-large. Every course is built around an opportunity to apply the lessons learned in a real-world context through long-standing collaboration with nonprofit organizations. Area nonprofit leaders are key partners in mentoring, guiding, and championing student development and career advancement. Nonprofit leaders are essential to the success of the NLS Program. The NLS Program is a member of the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council, aligned with its guiding standards. Learn more about the position here.