Non profit organizations are becoming more and more popular in the state of Indiana. If you are like many other people in the state, you are probably scouring the many IN job sites out there for for not-for-profit positions. It’s about time that you use the NPT nonprofit jobs page dedicated Indiana job page as your one-stop destination for not-for-profit jobs from Indianapolis to Aurora. Here’s how it works: Anytime a new IN non-profit organization job is added to our site, this page will be automatically updated with all the information you need to know about that position.
NPT Jobs is an essential tool to advance your nonprofit career, no matter what your current expertise in nonprofit organizations may be. The newer you are the better! Nonprofit organizations are always looking for fresh, new candidates for a variety of types of positions, like marketing, web development, and more.
The nonprofit sector has never been more popular these days, so you should check everyday to see if any new Indiana non profits have been added!
- Executive Director | Alpha Gamma Delta
US - IN - Indianapolis, The team is ready. The organization is strong and poised… The opportunity to lead one of North America’s oldest and fastest growing woman’s fraternities awaits. With a history th
- Certification Administrator | National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies
US - IN - Indianapolis, This is a very entrepreneurial position that requires a versatile person! This person functions quite independently on day-to-day work with very little supervision, so they must be both self-motivated
- Receptionist | Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association
US - IN - Indianapolis, QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or a
- Vice President-Gov. Affairs & Tax Policy | Indiana Manufacturers Association
US - United States, Legislative Activity: Monitor actions of the General Assembly, governmental agencies, and the governor’s office; Monitor actions of U.S. Congress , federal governmental agencies and the President’s