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USA Open Positions

Development Director

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and working closely with the Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) and marketing team, the Development Director will direct FBUSA's fundraising efforts and oversee and coordinate with affiliates on their fundraising requests. Historically, the majority of FBUSA's income has been derived from corporate sponsorships and foundation giving. Since expanding nationally in 2017, FBUSA's fundraising model has shifted to a larger percentage of earned income from the affiliate model. The more successful the affiliates are in fundraising, the more successful FBUSA is in expanding its mission nationally.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is looking to join at the beginning of our national expansion and build out a development department with a national scope. The ideal candidate should be a detail-orientated, mission-driven development professional who is looking to deepen their expertise and grow with us.


Nebraska Open Positions

Program Manager

Financial Beginnings is excited to begin operations in Nebraska this year for the first time. The Program Manager will be Financial Beginnings' first hire in Nebraska and serve as the face of Financial Beginnings Nebraska programming. This position will initially report to Financial Beginnings USA based in Portland, Oregon and then, once the operations grow, will report to a local Executive Director in Nebraska and move forward with a local team. The Program Manager will support expansion and replication of financial education programs into Nebraska. The Program Manager is responsible for developing new partnerships, recruiting and training volunteers, marketing Financial Beginnings' programs to schools and community-based organizations, and managing day-to-day program operations.


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"I think that everyone should know what Financial Beginnings taught us because I am sure there are a lot of people out there that do not know the opportunities they could be taking." - Student Participant