Jobs at Nonprofits

BDO FMA is committed to preparing the next generation of nonprofit finance leaders.

At BDO FMA, our ultimate goal is to strengthen nonprofit fiscal capacity at both the individual and organization level. This job board is our way of connecting finance and operations job seekers with curated openings at nonprofits and foundations nationwide.  These organizations represent a broad range of missions and sizes in the not-for-profit sector.

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Ms. JD seeks to support and improve the experiences of women law students and lawyers. Obstacles to equal participation hinder not only women in the law but also their colleagues, clients, children, and communities. Ms. JD consequently strives to give voice to why it matters that women continue to overcome barriers to achieve gender parity in the profession. If you are looking for the opportunity to build the financial framework necessary to scale high-impact equity and mission-driven organization to new heights, we encourage you to apply! This part- time position is 100% remote.

Hunger Free America

Hunger Free America (HFA) is a dynamic, growing national direct service and advocacy nonprofit organization working for the policies and programs necessary to end domestic hunger by ensuring all Americans have access to sufficient, nutritious, food. Organizational revenues and expenditures for 2022 are expected to exceed five million dollars. The organization is now seeking to fill its Chief Financial Officer and Director of Administration role, a full-time position which reports both to the Chief of Staff and the CEO.

Californians For Justice

Do you have 6+ years of nonprofit human resources & operations under your belt and want to work at a nonprofit that centers social & racial justice? CFJ is seeking a highly competent and values-based People & Operations Director who excels at both systems and people, and who centers racial justice values in their operations decisions. If that sounds like a fit, join us! The People & Operations Director will be a part of a 7-person operations team that handles finance, human resources, and administration for CFJ and our fiscally sponsored project, Youth Organize! California. The role will oversee all human resources and nonprofit operations for Californians for Justice, a statewide, youth-powered organization fighting to improve the lives of people of color, immigrants, low-income families, LGBQiA2S+/TGNC youth and other marginalized communities. Location: Any of CFJ’s regional offices (Fresno, Long Beach, Oakland, or San Jose)  

Granite State Organizing Project

Established in 2002, Granite State Organizing Project is a nonpartisan, multi-racial and multi-faith community organization working to place human dignity at the center of public life in New Hampshire. Granite State Organizing Project has grown over the past three years and is now looking for an experienced Human Resources and Finance Manager to play a critical role in implementing, coordinating, and innovating key organizational systems. The Manager will report directly to the Executive Director, supervise administrative staff and will be a key driver in GSOP realizing the operational excellence we need to thrive.

Public Prep Network

Public Preparatory Network, a charter school network, is seeking an experienced, hands-on Controller to oversee and be responsible for all financial activities, including day-to-day accounting practices, management and reporting, budget, general accounting, billing, grants financial management, adherence to Federal/State Regulations, and ensuring annual audits are completed in accordance with OMB Circular A-133, GAAP, and other applicable regulatory standards. The Controller will provide counsel and support to the CFO and members of the leadership team on all financial, budget and audit matters. The Controller will develop and maintain strong internal controls and new financial processing systems.

Partnership for Los Angeles Schools

The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools’ Manager of Finance & Business Affairs (Manager of F&BA) is primarily responsible for building the relationships and culture necessary to scale the internal financial operations of the Partnership, with many cross-functional and stakeholder-facing touchpoints. In the most recently audited fiscal year, the Partnership earned $14.5M in revenue, booked $12.3M in expenses, issued 127 W-2s and 360 1099s, and held net assets of $38.8M. The Manager of F&BA manages and/or executes all processes related to finance, payroll, business affairs, and human resources, interfaces with both internal and external parties, and provides guidance to other staff for contracts, legal concerns, human resources, administrative procedures, and other functions related to the Partnership’s operations and the needs of stakeholders. Guided by the Partnership’s mission, the Manager of F&BA continuously improves existing policies and procedures; serves as a hub of information, counsel, and direction; and executes a myriad of transactions with the highest integrity (i.e. OMB Circulars, GAAP, FASB, HIPAA, ACA, 501(c)(3), etc. compliance). This person will report to the Senior Director of Finance and Business Affairs (Sr. Director of F&BA).

Partnership for Los Angeles Schools

In collaboration with the Chief People & Operations Officer, the Home Office Talent team, and all of the Executive team, the Director, Home Office Talent & Org Culture will work to ensure that every member of the Partnership team has the opportunity to thrive in a work culture that walks the talk of equity while forwarding equity for students. This person brings deep experience in how to apply broad principles of anti-racism to specific talent systems and HR cases, and is excited to help an organization go from theoretical commitment to practical application. This person will be responsible for ensuring both collective and individualized supports are in place to support hiring & retaining mission-aligned team members, excellent and inclusive team functioning, ongoing learning, and a restorative and inclusive experience for all team members. The Partnership is committed to continuously building an anti-racist culture that promotes diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in classrooms and in our home office. The Director, Home Office Talent & Org Culture will be someone who is excited to keep these values in mind when executing day-to-day tasks and responsibilities. This position will require being in schools occasionally, but working remotely otherwise, as the Partnership home office remains closed. As such, this position requires living in the Los Angeles area.

Partnership for Los Angeles Schools

This new position reports to the Sr. VP of Finance & Business Affairs (F&BA) and is primarily responsible for the organization’s accounting operations, records, and reporting, in both strategic and tactical ways. In the most recently closed year, the Partnership earned $22M in revenue, booked $14M in expenses, issued 173 W-2s and 342 1099s, and held net assets of $50M. The F&BA Team is lean and mighty, serves as a hub of information and action, and has many cross-functional staff and stakeholder touchpoints. The Controller will serve as the primary point person for all financial and compliance matters both internal and external to the organization. To be successful in the role, the Controller must be mission driven, have high integrity, maintain an expert level of knowledge in the field, be comfortable shifting between big picture ideas and minute details, lead with grace, take an asset-based approach to coaching others, comfortable in a fast-paced environment, prioritize effectively, and foster an environment of psychological safety.


Earthjustice, premier nonprofit environmental law organization, wields the power of law and the strength of partnership to protect people’s health; to preserve magnificent places and wildlife; to advance clean energy; and to combat climate change. In addition demonstrated interest in justice and environmental issues, strong candidates for this role will hold a bachelor's degree in accounting, have 5+ years of experience performing accounting functions (in 2 of which holding a supervisory role), and near expert-level mastery of Excel including vlookups, pivot tables, allocation schedules, and the ability to quickly and accurately identify data errors and inconsistencies.

Californians For Justice

Do you have 5+ years of nonprofit financial leadership under your belt? Californians for Justice is looking for a strategic thinker with deep finance knowledge and exceptional people skills. If that sounds like a fit, join us! The Senior Finance Director oversees a team of two and works closely with the people & operations team and the development team. The position is full-time and exempt and can be based in any of CFJ’s four offices - Fresno, Long Beach, Oakland or San Jose. We are currently working remotely due to COVID-19.


YLabs is seeking a hands-on, participative manager to lead the organization’s finance and grant management activities, and the reporting of the organization’s financial health to support strategic decision making. This is an opportunity for an emerging nonprofit finance leader to support the growth of an innovative, high-impact organization by owning and strengthening our financial infrastructure. The successful candidate will be both an independent executor as well as a collaborative manager; a strong attention to detail, willingness to continuously be learning, and creativity for making systems improvements are all key requirements. Can be 100% remote.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC

The nation's first and NYC's largest youth mentoring organization, BBBS of NYC connects generations of New Yorkers by matching caring adult mentors with youth across the five boroughs. The Director of Finance & Administration (DFA) will be responsible for management of all finance, accounting and reporting activities as well as contribute to long-term strategic and analytical input to organizational financial matters.