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Business Development Manager. Local Food Justice Association 412 Food Rescue is looking for a full-time Business Development Manager to implement the organization’s new revenue plan. Applicants should be seasoned sales professionals who can build strong relationships with new and existing food donor accounts. Responsibilities include sales and marketing, strategic planning, etc. Click here for more details

Program Wizard. Pittsburgh Nonprofit dreams of hope, which provides local LGBTQA+ youth and their allies with a “welcoming environment to grow in confidence, express themselves and develop as leaders,” has an opening for a part-time program assistant. The position will be responsible for developing new programs, supporting the mentorship program, recruiting youth participants, documenting and evaluating programs, leading social media efforts for auditions and special events, representing the organization at community gatherings, and more. The salary is $28,700. Applications must be submitted by June 15. Click here for more details

Licensed Practical Nurse/Professional Team Leaders. Non-profit The Verland Foundation, with a mission to meet the needs of people with severe and profound intellectual and physical disabilities, hires full-time Certified Practical Nurses/Professional Team Leaders for its Sewickley campus. Responsibilities include supporting and encouraging people with developmental disabilities to become as independent as possible. Pay starts at $20/hour and, for a limited time, includes a $5,000 signing bonus for full-time Certified Practical Nurses. Click here for more details

Refugee Case Officer. from Pittsburgh JFCS Refugee and Immigrant Services is looking for a full-time Social Worker to follow specific guidelines to ensure the successful resettlement of refugees. Responsibilities include pre-migration and post-arrival activities, including coordinating pickups, providing meals, safety orientations, home visits, acting as an emergency resource person, assisting transition to employment, etc. Administrative activities are also necessary. Click here for more details



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