The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center

Nonprofit Job Postings

Scroll for Nonprofit Job Opportunities in the Triangle! Page last updated 9/21/23. 

Community Programs Manager

The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center

Position Summary:

Help manage and coordinate key program areas for TNVLC, including student and volunteer programs. This position will also assist with community outreach activities, fundraising, and coordinating nonprofit trainings. This can be structured as full or part time. FT: $32K-$40K/PT:($18-$22 per hour)

If interested, email resume & cover letter to

AmeriCorps Retired & Senior Volunteer Program Manager

The Triangle Nonprofit & Volunteer Leadership Center

Position Summary:

The AmeriCorps Seniors Program Manager is responsible for the daily management of the program, including oversight, administration, planning, development, marketing, and growth. The Manager will also ensure compliance with CNCS guidelines and federal requirements for National Service projects. Salary range is $40,000-$50,000 annually depending on experience.

If interested, email resume & cover letter to

Part-time Administrative Assistant

Meals on Wheels Durham

Position Summary:

The Administrative Assistant provides support and assistance to the Executive Director and staff. This part-time position manages specific program related activities and is responsible for various day-to-day office tasks and functions to ensure office operations run smoothly at all times. Tasks include, but are not limited to, front desk management, answering phones, maintaining office supplies, mailings, scheduling, and delegated HR administrative functions.

PAY: $16/hour

SCHEDULE: 4 hours shift, Monday through Friday.

HOW TO APPLY: Send resume and cover letter to

Energy Campaigns Manager

NC Conservation Network

Position Summary: 

NC Conservation Network (NCCN) is looking for an organized and team-oriented advocate to be our new Energy Campaigns Manager. Working in partnership with dozens of environmental and sustainable energy organizations across the state, the Energy Campaigns Manager leads our advocacy on energy access and carbon emissions reductions from the energy sector. Two major features dominate the landscape of energy policy across North Carolina: massive inflows of federal dollars that can support efficiency and clean energy; and a sluggish and inadequate response to the global climate crisis from North Carolina’s leading investor-owned utilities. The Energy Campaigns Manager will lead our efforts to tackle both, and coordinate workgroups of allied advocates.

The starting salary range for this position is $65,000 – $75,000.

Repairs Team Member

Habitat for Humanity of Orange County

Habitat for Humanity of Orange County, NC is hiring for two full-time, permanent positions on its Repairs team. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter in a single PDF to

Orange Habitat is also hiring for various 10.5-month AmeriCorps positions. A full listing of open positions can be found at

Program Assistant

Triangle Literacy Council

Position Summary:

Triangle Literacy Council, in partnership with Duke LiteracyCorps, is recruiting an AmeriCorps member to expand employment and education opportunities for our Bull City YouthBuild participants (50%) and to expand non-profit development and communications capacity for the organization (50%).  This is a unique opportunity that will give the member an opportunity to learn and grow in several core areas.

This is an 11-month position that will be available as early as September 1, 2023. Full-time Members will receive a living allowance of up to $30,000 and benefits over the 11-month period and an education award (if eligible) at the end of the service year.

Teacher Fellowship

Emily K Center

Position Summary:
We are excited to announce a new initiative: The Next Steps Teacher Fellowship. This 9-month leadership opportunity centers the important role teachers can play in leading the creation of a whole-school approach to supporting students’ postsecondary planning and goals. We will select four teachers from Durham Public Schools high schools to work collaboratively with each other and with Emily K Center staff throughout the year with the end goal of coming away with actionable recommendations for implementing an integrated postsecondary planning framework in high schools. This Fellowship comes with a $2,500 stipend and a budget to pilot a school-based initiative.

Manager of Mental Health Services


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Lead Teacher

Learning Together

Calling all who love nurturing young children! Learning Together seeks enthusiastic individuals who want to make a difference and put their talents to use while leading a classroom of diverse learners. We are hiring experienced Early Childhood Education professionals who are interested in expanding and furthering their careers as Lead Teachers.

Lead Teachers at Learning Together provide a nurturing, loving, and stimulating learning environment in which every child develops the skills to become confident life-long learners. The hired candidates will be enthusiastic individuals who want to make a difference and put their talents to use in the classroom.

Director of Development

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle

Position Summary:

At this key moment in its growth trajectory, Inter-Faith Food Shuttle seeks a Director of Development with the skills and temperament to boldly build the infrastructure for long-term fundraising growth. To succeed, this person should demonstrate strategic focus, clear communication, and a willingness to invest in relationships. They will also need to be willing to engage with donors in new ways, prioritize activities with the greatest revenue potential, and bravely make daily choices about how to utilize resources and where to request key support. All these attributes should be bolstered by the leadership required to nurture a growing team and to role model creativity in communicating organizational vision and impact.

Beginning salary range: $65-$70k.

Executive Director, North Carolina Market

World Pediatric Project

World Pediatric Project (WPP) seeks the first Executive Director in North Carolina as the organization expands from its founding market in Richmond, VA to the Research Triangle region in North Carolina.
Salary in the range of $125,000- $150,000 and a generous employee benefits package.

Early Childhood Coordinator

Durham County Cooperative Extension

Position Summary:

The County Early Childhood Coordinator is responsible for driving county and community-wide efforts around Early Childhood initiatives and practices in Durham County. The position provides leadership for Durham County’s involvement in the Early Childhood Action Plan (ECAP) and the County’s work and investment in Durham PreK, among other initiatives.

Global Director of Education


Position Summary:

Mathkind is looking for a Global Director of Education to lead the creation and execution of our global impact strategy and act as the staff liaison for our wider education network, including the Education Advisory Board, Mathkind’s world-class network of mathematics education researchers and leaders. This position supports and empowers country-level education staff to build, deliver, and evaluate Mathkind programs.

Compensation: $55,000–$65,000

Basic ESOL Instructor

Orange Literacy

Position Summary:

Orange Literacy is seeking two contract (5 hours per week) instructors to provide English language instruction for basic level adult ESOL students. The instructors will provide in-person instruction to a small group of adult learners. The instructor will teach two 2-hour classes each week. The two classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30 am – 12:30 pm and 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.

Candidates must have TESOL or TEFL certification. This is a contract position beginning in mid-September and running through the end of May, with a short break at the end of December. The classes will take place in the Orange Literacy offices in Carrboro. 

If you are interested, please send a resume and cover letter to Ashley Gonzalez at Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The pay is $25/hr.

Community Engagement & Development Manager

Western Wake Crisis Ministry

Position Summary:

Under the general supervision of the Executive Director, the Community Engagement & Development Manager is responsible for all fundraising initiatives and activities of Western Wake Crisis Ministry while working within its guidelines, policies, and mission. Responsibilities include the development and implementation of a comprehensive development strategy to achieve organizational fundraising goals. Additional responsibilities include the development and implementation of the annual giving plan; building new and expanding existing relationships to develop a network of donors and supporters; creating a schedule of fundraising activities, including soliciting individual donors, securing financial support from corporations, foundations, and government entities, researching and writing grant proposals and reports, and coordinating special events. The Community Engagement & Development Manager creates, produces, and leads all marketing and public relations activities as it relates to the overall fundraising strategies of the organization as well as recruitment of new volunteers.

Annual salary range 50-55K.

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