Chapter Job Listings
Aloha Chapter Job Posting Instructions
Mahalo for sharing your job posting with the AFP Aloha Chapter network! A benefit of membership is first notification of jobs before the general public. After payment and materials are received, jobs are posted on the Aloha Chapter job center within 24 hours. Members are then notified through our weekly Job Posting Email to contact or share with associates. We also list the most recent job postings to our monthly newsletter, The Mentor, where the public network is notified. The listing is posted for two months unless otherwise advised. The same nominal fee applies for relisting. While not required, we request that the organization share the final name, picture and title of the hired candidate so that we can close the job posting and congratulate the new professional in our weekly newsletters.
$175 - AFP Aloha Chapter Members
$300 - Non-members
Membership is determined by the AFP Aloha Chapter office. If an individual of your organization is a member, your organization -- for the position announcement service only -- is considered a member.
You may pay by check or by online credit card processing.
*Important* Your position announcement will not be posted or sent to the Membership via e-mail until receipt of payment and required information for the job posting. Paid position will be posted within 24 hours.
|Date Posted||Job Title||Employer Name||Job Description|
|2.16.18||Development Coordinator||East-West Center||
The East-West Center is recruiting for a Development Coordinator to work in conjunction with the Vice President of Development and the Development Officer to develop and lead activities to identify, cultivate and steward gifts to the EWC Foundation. The Development Coordinator is also responsible for key support and administrative duties to ensure the successful implementation of development ac...
|2.16.18||Grants Development Specialist||East-West Center||
The East-West Center is accepting applications for a two-year limited position as a Grants Development Specialist. The Grants Development Specialist assists program directors and other staff with the development of contracts and grant proposals; advises on opportunities and strategies for obtaining outside funds; works with Center program staff to structure and p...
|2.15.18||Regional Chief Development Officer||American Red Cross||
We are seeking a visionary leader who is responsible for strengthening and growing the donor base and the development program to meet assigned financial goals. This position will support the Regional Executive who is the chief fundraiser for the region but will also drive a strong revenue-oriented culture based on market-driven targets. A successful leader will maintain a portfolio ...
|2.2.18||Senior Development Officer||Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children||
When Kapiolani was built more than 30 years ago, the facility was considered state-of-the-art. Rapidly emerging technologies and new research have dramatically changed the way medical care is delivered, and a vital rebuild and expansion of Kapiolani is underway to accommodate new family-focused care models and to provide the level of comfort and support that Hawaii’s families deserve. Thi...
|1.22.18||Development Associate||Honolulu Museum of Art||
The Development Associate fully understands the museum's membership program as well as the membership related modules in the museum database and is responsible for coordination of membership activities for Honolulu Museum of Art. This position plays a vital role in donor/member stewardship.
|1.22.18||Executive Vice President||AIA Hawaii||
Position Description – Executive Vice President
The Honolulu Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Honolulu) is seeking a highly ...