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The Director of The Center for Nonprofit Resources' (C4NPR) primary responsibility is the management and operation of C4NPR and the delivery of the highest quality services for the local nonprofit community. The Director must possess skills, knowledge and nonprofit professional experience in areas such as consulting, operations, financial management, board service or related areas. Full-time position + excellent benefits. Email resume and cover letter by July 29, 2021 to (please include C4NPR Director in the subject line), or mail to 300 Madison Avenue, Suite 1300, Toledo, OH 43604.  Full job description below.

JOB TITLE:             The Center for Nonprofit Resources Director

DEPARTMENT:       Program Department

SUPERVISOR:         Vice President, Community Investments

Greater Toledo Community Foundation is a community asset. The Foundation is a collection of funds established by donors interested in Philanthropy and supporting the Toledo area. Currently, the assets of the Foundation are approximately $377 million, made up of more than 950 funds. The Foundation is the largest grantmaker in the Toledo area, granting an average of $17 million a year.

The Center for Nonprofit Resources (C4NPR) is a program of the Greater Toledo Community Foundation designed to support local nonprofits to build capacity and strengthen sustainable organizations.  Staff at C4NPR work interdependently with staff at the Foundation to achieve this goal.


The director is responsible for overall management and operation of C4NPR and the delivery of the highest quality services for the local nonprofit community.

  • Gives vision and leadership to the strategic and day-to-day implementation of all services provided by C4NPR.
  • Develops current and long-term organizational goals and objectives, as well as policies and procedures for the operations of C4NPR. 
  • Implements research initiatives related to nonprofit capacity building including oversight of a bi-annual, Ohio-wide compensation and benefits survey.
  • Remains abreast of nonprofit management trends and current best practices.


  • Oversees budget accounting functions necessary for annual budgeting, financial analysis and all other applicable rules and guidelines. Implements and directs fund and resource development, including identification of funding sources. Works with finance department to ensure accuracy in invoicing and receipt of certificate program registration fees, live events, sponsorships and grant funding.


  • Provides vision, coordination and organization of C4NPR Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Certificate of Minority Executive Leadership (MEL) programs.  Organizes and facilitates communication with MEL mentors and generates outcome reporting and evaluation of services.
  • Oversees and manages The Job Center Online, Nonprofit Marketplace and Consultant Databases. This includes all client communication and management of the cloud-based and electronic systems.
  • Supports local professional associations by attending events to network with local nonprofit staff and board members and provide information about C4NPR capacity building resources.


  • Provides nonprofit management consulting services and serves as the primary Foundation staff member for in-depth assistance to numerous organizations on a daily basis. This position is responsible for directing all areas of consulting including responding to requests, meeting capacity building needs, managing correspondence and coordinating referrals. Duties also include data recording and evaluation of services.


  • Serves as Webmaster including updating nonprofit management resources on the website,, and providing content including video, audio, graphics and links for the C4NPR website.  Provides oversight for all content including Job Center, Events, Webpages, Registrations and other elements of C4NPR’s online content management system. Works with Foundation’s web service provider to make necessary updates and changes to the overall framework of the site.
  • Manages all resources contained within The Resource Library online as well as resources from the internal C4NPR drive. Resources must be updated regularly to stay abreast of trends in nonprofit capacity building and nonprofit management.
  • Uses Google Analytics to evaluate and increase traffic via social channels including e-blasts, social media and website analytics.


  • Directs C4NPR marketing and communications. This includes making updates to and providing content for social media channels and content for twice monthly e-newsletters.  Creates marketing pieces for distribution via print and electronic means.
  • Creates graphics for posting on social media channels and e-newsletters. Oversees staff management of e-newsletter subscriber database.
  • Meets with affiliated personnel and organizations, nonprofits, board members and sponsors in regard to matters affecting C4NPR and the nonprofit community.
  • Other duties as assigned.


The candidate must possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree.  The director must possess skills, knowledge and nonprofit professional experience in areas such as consulting, operations, financial management, board service or related areas.  Experience with program evaluation and continuous improvement principles are preferred.


To perform effectively in this position, the individual should demonstrate the following competencies.  These core competencies represent effective administration of C4NPR and its programs.

  • Well-organized
  • Works well independently
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Publisher
  • Experience with event management
  • Experience with cloud-based marketing tools, such as Constant Contact or Mailchimp
  • Experience with website content management systems like WordPress
  • Experience with graphic creation software
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Familiarity with the local nonprofit sector
  • Familiarity with nonprofit management best practices
  • Experience with digital photography and videography a plus
  • Desired personal traits:  team player, flexible, mature, organized, efficient and energetic

While this is an office position, the ability to lift small boxes (letter, stock, postcard stock, booklets) is required occasionally.

There will be some travel involved to sessions designed by C4NPR, as well as to attend conferences.

To apply for this position, email your resume and cover letter by July 29, 2021 to Please include C4NPR Director in the subject line.

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