Chapter Job Center

Thank you for choosing to visit our job center! Whether you are looking for a new opportunity or looking to provide an opportunity with your organization, the San Luis Obispo County Chapter of AFP is pleased to share information about the following job openings. 

 

JOB OPENINGS

Executive Director, Pacific Wildlife Care

Executive Director, Pacific Wildlife Care

View link for full position announcement: Pacific_Wildlife_Care_Executive_Director_Job_Description_Published_9_20.pdf

Date Posted: 10/6/2020

Development Manager, The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County

Development Manager, The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County

View link for full position announcement: Land_Conservancy_Development_Manager_Announcement_2020.pdf  
Land_Conservancy_Development_Manager_Job_Description_2020.pdf


Date Posted: 9/1/2020

How to Post

An easy two step process to post your job opening with the SLO County AFP Job Center:

  1. Email your job posting information in a Word or PDF document to afpsloco@gmail.com.
  2. Visit this link to submit payment: http://www.cvent.com/d/gnqq8x

Your job opening will be posted in the Career tab of the AFP SLO County website for 90 days. Position announcements are also distributed via email to current AFP SLO County members and to community members who have opted to receive these notifications.

Fee to post: $25 for AFP SLO County Chapter members, $100 for non-members. To qualify for the member discount, at least one individual from your organization must have a current AFP SLO County Chapter membership. Your position announcement will not be posted until receipt of payment. Job postings are updated once a week.

For questions or more information about job postings, contact our Chapter Administrator at afpsloco@gmail.com.


Information for Job Postings

AFP SLO County encourages you to include a salary range in your job posting. This is an important step to promote equity in the fundraising profession.

AFP Global has shared the following reasons why: 

First, not including the salary range in a job posting reinforces the salary gaps we see in the fundraising profession and in all of society based on gender, race and other factors. Studies show that women and people of color often have huge disadvantages during salary negotiations. Requiring salary ranges promotes equity in the fundraising profession.

Second, this change is all about encouraging transparency. We demand transparency in the relationship between our donors and our organizations. We should expect no less from our organizations when hiring a fundraiser (or any other position).

Third, salary ranges set expectations from the beginning and ensure there is no surprise about salaries and that neither party is wasting their time on a candidate or a position that doesn’t meet their salary needs. In addition, there is research which shows that jobs with salary ranges get 30% more attention.

Finally, the salary compensation of any position should be based on the work and value of the position to the organization and its roles and responsibilities. Of course, not everyone will be paid the same for the same job because of differing levels of skills and experiences. But those salaries should be similar and set in a range because the work is similar.

Organizations that have questions about setting ranges for various jobs can consult the annual AFP Compensation and Benefits Report to see the general range of salaries for a variety of fundraising positions.