Nonprofit Job Opportunities

Posted: November 3, 2020

Position: Executive Director

Reports to:     Board of Directors

Employment Status:  Full Time (approx. 32 hours per week)

Salary:  Dependent upon Experience

Position Summary: The Executive Director works in partnership with the Board of Directors to provide leadership, vision, and direction for the organization and to develop organizational strategy. The Executive Director implements the policies approved by the Board, manages the organization’s programs and operations, and represents the organization in the community.


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent work experience.
  • Experience in the areas of non-profit administration, grant-writing, and fundraising.
  • Management experience.
  • Pleasant, professional demeanor, excellent public speaking ability.
  • Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher, and Social Media.
  • Experience with administrating budgets and maintaining day to day financial operations.
  • Pass a background check.

Duties and responsibilities include:

 General functions:

  • Complete a 2 ½ day parent education training with Practical Parent Education in Dallas area.
  • Keep the Board of Directors fully informed on all matters related to Parenting Resource Center (PRC).
  • Research grant funding sources; develop and submit proposals and ensure all grant funds are administered Maintain proper grant documentation and required reports are submitted on time.
  • Lead fundraising efforts, including supporting the board’s involvement in fundraising and supervising implementation of fundraising plans and policies approved by the Board.
  • Represent the organization and build positive relationships with partner agencies, court officials, community leaders, businesses, media and other organizations to gain support and resources for PRC’s programs.
  • Speak in public settings to increase PRC’s visibility in the community.
  • Work closely with other service agencies and serve as a resource and referral
  • Comply with all local, state, and federal legal
  • Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.

   Program functions:

  • Oversee the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs that support the mission.
  • Developing a staffing structure that supports the efficient delivery of programs, accomplishment of major goals identified in the strategic plan, and effective overall
  • In the event of unexpected absence of a parent educator, it may be necessary to teach a single class, however; this would fall under the duties of Executive Director and not as a Parent Educator.
  • Publicize the programs/classes of the organization.

Financial responsibilities:

  • Develop a realistic annual budget and making financial decisions consistent with the budget as approved by the Board of Directors.
  • Manage day-to-day financial operations, including all accounts payable and
  • Work with the staff bookkeeper and auditor in ensuring accuracy of monthly financial reports and

 annual audit reports.

  • Acknowledge all donations in a timely and appropriate manner.

Other Responsibilities:

  • A part-time clerical/program support person works approximately 10 hours per week. The Executive Director also shares the duties of answering the phone, taking class registrations, and preparation for the classes.
  • Classes are usually taught in the evenings and one Saturday morning per month. The Executive Director will oversee the administration of the classes, ensuring they are set up with supplies and equipment in place for the classes. The Executive Director and/or program support staff will be present to receive participants for the classes and to manage issues that arise for participants and teachers.

If interested, please send cover letter and resume to the following:

Mail:      Attn: Search Committee

               Parenting Resource Center

               P.O. Box 3954

               Longview, TX 75606



Posted: October 20, 2020

Position: Director of Development

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Create and implement annual development plan and strategy
  • Manage all development activities, including annual giving, endowment and capital campaigns, special projects and fundraising events
  • Cultivate and nurture relationships with current and potential donors
  • Write grant proposals and requests to corporate, foundation and government funders
  • Develop and implement donor stewardship program, including gift processing, acknowledgement and record-keeping
  • Develop and maintain relationships with all local media outlets for publicity purposes
  • Public speaking as necessary and / or requested
  • Create and maintain systems to support all Development projects and operations
  • Develop and implement comprehensive marketing and public relations strategies
  • Develop and publish newsletter for early childhood professionals, providing information regarding SCCFC programs, services and other items of interest
  • Write and report personal goals monthly as they relate to funds raised & contacts made
  • All other duties as assigned

Ability, Skills & Knowledge:

  • Minimum of three (3) years professional development experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of fundraising and accounting principles
  • Proven management and leadership capabilities
  • Excellent communication skills; verbal and written; computer literate
  • Ability to think strategically; thorough understanding of diversified funding base
  • Possess a positive and professional attitude
  • Strong partnership-building, event planning, marketing and public relations skills
  • Relationship driven, resilient, and adaptable
  • Self-starter and cool-headed


The Director of Development reports to the Executive Director.

Work Schedule:

Full-time; 40 hours+ per week; Monday – Friday
Weekends and / or evenings may be required on occasion.

Please submit resume through Indeed: 

Posted: October 16, 2020

Position: Financial Administrator

Job Description:

The Financial Administrator will oversee and manage the Finance Office of First Baptist Church, Tyler.


  • Strong ministry perspective related to church business administration.
  • Extensive knowledge of all areas of church business including, but not limited to church finances, policies and procedures, and personnel.
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills and supervisory experience.
  • Careful attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Good organizational skills. Must be able to work on multiple programs/projects at the same time.
  • Ability to prioritize and to be flexible.
  • Ability to maintain confidentially.
  • Ability to work independently with little supervision.
  • Timely reporting of financial information.
  • A very basic concept and knowledge of the structure and polity of the church and must be willing to work within those parameters.
  • A team player who works well with other members of the church staff and who has proven effectiveness in working with volunteers.
  • A committed Christian, possessing the highest degree of personal integrity.
  • Intelligent and emotionally stable.
  • College graduate or its equivalent experience preferred.
  • Major in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance preferred.
  • Good computer skills, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel required, and/or other church record software knowledge preferred.


  1. Accounting:
  • Post journal entries and reconcile weekly deposits
  • Bank account management and reconciliation
  • Review payroll for accuracy
  • Review accounts payable for accuracy
  • Annual budget input and management
  • Bill allocations
  • Manage accounts receivable in conjunction with Finance Assistant.
  • Manage investment accounts
  • Calculate and pay BGCT and SBA contributions
  • Calculate and pay designated funds
  • Manage bank accounts
  • Prepare worker’s compensation audit.
  1. Management:
  • Annuity and insurance changes.
  • Staff credit cards and other receipts
  • Cash projection models
  1. Reporting:
  • Administrative pastor
  • Ministry Leadership Team
  • Finance Committee
  • Weekly group reports for giving and campaigns
  • TFAC and Missions Pastor.

4. Review:

  • Church business and financial operations as they relate to city, state, and federal laws and regulations and make appropriate actions to comply with these regulations.
  • Steward well the property and facilities of FBC and the local community.
  1. General:
  • Follow the policies and manuals properly.
  • Contribute to the culture of First Baptist Tyler.
  • Fulfill other responsibilities designated by the Administrative and/or Senior Pastor.


The Financial Administrator will report directly to the Administrative Pastor, and will be evaluated at least annually based on this job description.

 The Finance Assistant will report to the Financial Administrator and will be evaluated at least Annually by the Financial Administrator.

Posted: October 8, 2020

Position: Licensed Child Care Administrator

Job Description:

Refuge of Light’s mission is to provide a safe haven, redemptive rescue and restoration of female victims of domestic minor sex trafficking through advocacy, awareness and residential holistic care.

The facility is a 13-bed Residential Treatment Center, sitting on several acres, located in East Texas. All youth receiving treatment services at the facility will be a part of the state’s address protection program. While receiving treatment to meet their individual mental/behavioral health needs, the youth attend school on campus, receive equine therapy and life skills training, all the while learning to take ownership of their behavior, emotions and life choices which are likely correlated to the childhood trauma they have experienced in their young lives.

Refuge of Light is seeking a full time Licensed Child Care Administrator for the Refuge RTC. ROL is a faith-based non-profit providing a safe living environment, 24 hours a day, for underage female victims of domestic child sex trafficking. The LCCA is responsible for the efficient operation of all residential services and is directly responsible for ensuring that all minimum standards are enforced at all times, and that all reports and records are available for Licensing staff review. He/She is also responsible for the overall care and safety of the residents at the facility and ensures the privacy and confidentiality of the residents.

The LCCA shall employ an adequate number of qualified staff to meet the needs of residents, taking into account each child’s age, medical, physical, and mental condition and other factors that affect the amount of supervision the child requires, including enough staff to meet child/staff ratios and all of their responsibilities required.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Knowledge of DFPS minimum standards for a Residential Treatment Center (GRO)
  • Monitors quality program services for a healthy, safe and respectful living environment
  • Responsible for orientation, scheduling, training and supervision of staff
  • Handles admissions and discharges
  • Maintains compliance with all contracts
  • Reports to Executive Director

Position Summary:

The function of the Direct Care Staff is to provide basic daily care services, establish and build supportive and nurturing relationships, provide and arrange services and act as a liaison between each child and other staff to meet the needs of each child in our care.

General Responsibilities and Duties:

An energetic, conscientious, and positive administrator who is responsible for the daily administration and monitoring of all components essential to the delivery of innovative intervention services for trafficked victims or at risk of being trafficked youth. The Child Care Administrator supervises and manages the overall function of the entire program to ensure a safe therapeutic environment, compliance with licensing regulations, implement policy and procedures, and monitor use of resources. Motivate, supervise and develop the program team to support service integration and program improvement initiatives, facilitate business development and support fiscal accountability and control. The Child Care Administrator is accountable to maximize staff performance by scheduling, training, mentoring, supervision and evaluation.

Must have a valid Child Care Administrator’s license from the state of Texas. Thorough knowledge of Refuge of Light policies, programs, and community based residential and/or impact treatment programs. Ability to manage a large number of professional and administrative staff.

General knowledge of individual and group therapy techniques; thorough knowledge of residential treatment programs for adolescents. Good supervision, training, and facilitation skills to enable staff to participate as effective team members in a treatment program. Understanding human behavior and the processes required to facilitate change. Must have excellent skills in verbal and written communication, excellent organization and time management skills, and familiarity and competency with personal computer applications. Must be able to demonstrate competency in the written and physical assessment testing for Safe Crisis Management and Physical assessment techniques training.

Supervises the following positions:

  • Case Manager(s)
  • Program Director
  • Supervisor(s)
  • Direct Child Care Mentors
  • Teachers
  • Cook
  • Administrative Assistant
  • All Contractors


Must have one of the following educational and experience qualifications:

  • A master’s or doctoral degree in social work or other area of study; or
  • A bachelor’s degree and two years’ full-time experience in the field of placing children in residential settings or adoptive homes or a closely related field.
  • Licensure as an LCCA through the state of Texas with 2 years’ experience at a Residential Treatment Center, at least 1 year management/supervision experience. (REQUIRED)

Please send resume to

Posted: September 14, 2020

Position: Direct Care Staff

Reports To:

House Manager


  • High School Diploma or GED equivalence.
  • Possess a valid Texas Driver’s License and Texas minimum auto insurance requirements.
  • Experience working for a residential setting or child placing agency and knowledge of Minimum Standards and Residential Contracting is preferred but not required.
  • Ability to work with frequent interruptions and in stressful situations and respond to crisis situations with patience and good judgement.
  • Present deep interest in working with youth.

Primary Purpose:

The function of the Direct Care Staff is to provide basic daily care services, establish and build supportive and nurturing relationships, provide and arrange services and act as a liaison between each child and other staff to meet the needs of each child in our care.

General Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Performs duties in a professional, ethical and responsible manner.
  • Maintains positive and cooperating working relationships with clients, administrative staff and multi-disciplinary team members in the conduct of organization business and demonstrates teamwork in daily activities.
  • Performs other tasks and assumes such responsibilities as related to the position.
  • Improves knowledge and skills through self-initiated and mandatory professional development trainings.
  • Successfully meets established annual performance goals.
  • Performs prompt and timely in completing assignments and attending to details accurately and efficiently.
  • Has regular attendance and complies with notification procedures for absences.

Major Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Communicate with supervisor, program staff and other service providers as needed to assess and discuss progress and needs.
  • Participate in scheduled staff meetings.
  • Complete designated case paperwork.
  • Attend individualized service plan meetings.
  • Monitor child visits with parents and/or siblings.
  • Transports children to various appointments.

Equipment Used:

Computer and copier

Working Conditions:

Mental Demands: Reading, ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written); maintain emotional control under stress.

Physical Demands: Standing, sitting, stooping, bending and lifting items up to 40 lbs. Occasional prolonged, irregular and holiday hours.

The foregoing statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills that may be required.

Please apply through their website at or contact Amber Stringer at

Posted: August 6, 2020

Position: Agency Services Representative

This position serves as a liaison between the food bank and its partner agencies. The ASR position requires about 70% travel throughout our 26 county service area.  Responsibilities include initial screening, setup, and training of potential agency partners, performing site visits and inspections, maintaining the Agency database, regularly monitoring agencies to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations, and assisting agencies regarding storage and distribution of food.


High School Diploma, GED or equivalent, combination of education and experience. Two years work experience in a non-profit industry.  Must have valid driver’s license and acceptable motor vehicle report.  Excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Bilingual English and Spanish a plus.  Intermediate skill level in Microsoft Office programs and ability to quickly learn new software systems.  Knowledge of databases & inventory software a plus. Attention to detail, accuracy, and ability to meet deadlines.  Experience working with governmental agencies a plus. Must be a self-starter and highly motivated.


ETFB offers a competitive benefit package.


Submit cover letter and resume to  Fax: 903-964-5000


ETFB is an Equal Opportunity Employer