The Hub’s Job Listings page connects talented people with organizations doing great things in West Virginia.
Have an opportunity you’d like to post? Email The Hub’s Communications Associate, Cynthia McComas at email@example.com. Please include a summary of the position and a link to apply in your email.
The Hub partners with organizations across the state who have a program in-need of capacity building through our AmeriCorps VISTA – Volunteer in Service to America – program. We also host some positions at The Hub. AmeriCorps members who serve in our VISTA Program are volunteers who commit a year or more of their lives to making impactful community change and ending poverty.
The Petersburg HubCAP team, named Positively Petersburg, is composed of local leaders in community and economic development. The team has chosen a set of projects and strategies to grow the Petersburg/Grant County economy, bolster community pride, and support incentives for service learning to engage area citizens in the community development process and grow our local economy. This VISTA project will be hosted by the Grant County Convention and Visitors Bureau, and support the Positively Petersburg team through strategic planning and volunteer recruitment. The Positively Petersburg HubCAP VISTA project will include revitalizing and developing the Petersburg downtown area to be of more interest to both visitors and locals. This would include creating a biking/walking path, creating more green spaces, hosting more events, and adding art in the park and throughout town. By addressing economic opportunity and healthy futures the VISTA will support efforts to make Petersburg a place that people want to come to relax, have fun, and spend money in our local businesses, and in turn, will create a need for more jobs.
Philanthropy West Virginia is seeking a full-time Program & Engagement Manager. The Program & Engagement Manager, in partnership with the President and CEO and other staff, is responsible to manage, develop, and deliver educational programs, events, and other services that attract and retain the members of the philanthropy-serving organization. The individual serving in this role will manage the planning and delivery of programs, annual conference, priority funder collaboratives, member services, and assist with membership development.
The Appalachia Funders Network Executive Director, who reports to the Steering Committee, will oversee the daily operations of the Network, as described in the “Responsibilities” section linked below. The Executive Director acts in partnership with the Network Steering Committee to direct the strategy and programming of the Network. The ability to communicate exceptionally well in oral and written form is necessary for success in this position. As the key spokesperson for the Network, this person must be able to speak extemporaneously and appropriately on any number of subjects in a clear and transparent fashion in order to build trust and support. Additionally, energy, natural optimism, the ability to be a good listener and a quick learner are important personal attributes. A sense of humor and humility are also valued.
Girl Scouts of Black Diamond is seeking a full-time Content Manager located in Charleston, WV. The Content Manager is accountable for the creation and delivery of information to various Girl Scout stakeholders through fresh, informative, appealing, timely and on-brand written and visual content. This website, social media, newsletters, publications, marketing cloud e-blasts, volunteer development and training, campaigns, and presentations. To apply, submit resume and cover letter (required) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Beverly Heritage Center is seeking an AmeriCorps member to explore African-American History in Randolph County, WV. Join the team at the heritage museum and visitor center to help with museum interpretation and programming, with this emphasis on telling new, inclusive stories about their history. The position will include finding and researching new stories to tell about people of color in this part of Appalachia, as well as sharing these stories with the public and reaching out to classrooms. Background or experience in public history or related fields will be helpful; member can receive training in specific skills.
The Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation’s mission is to help people and places move out of poverty and achieve greater social and economic justice. They work in 11 Southern states, supporting organizations and networks making progress along three interconnected pathways of change: economic opportunity, supportive policies and institutions, and democracy and civic engagement. The Foundation aims to center racial equity and power building in all our work, from grantmaking to investments, communications and more. Similar to program officers at other philanthropic organizations, MRBF’s Network Officers work with the Program Team to build relationships, identify partners, conduct due diligence and make grants.
These dynamic positions will help provide exposure to the Forest Service and rural Appalachian communities. Assignments are designed to provide experience in partnership and community development for Mon Towns, an exciting collaboration of ten gateway communities who are focused on identifying ways to grow conservation and nature-based recreation that will result in environmental and economic gains over the long-term. With supervisor support, the intern will organize meetings to bring partners together to help develop a shared natural resource and recreation vision; actively seek out opportunities for the Forest Service to integrate more fully into the community, and coordinate events and activities to promote the outdoors to people of all ages, backgrounds, and experiences.
West Virginia Rivers Coalition (WV Rivers) is seeking a full-time Public Lands Campaign Coordinator for its West Virginians for Public Lands (WVPL) campaign. The Public Lands Coordinator is a full-time position that is responsible for overall coordination and execution of public lands campaign goals and activities. A focus of the campaign is to grow and mobilize a base of support in West Virginia for public lands and move the needle on priority policy issues through advocacy. This involves leading the West Virginians for Public Lands alliance that coordinates over 100 organizations and businesses working together to promote the conservation of our public lands. More information and posts about be campaign can be found here. Work will involve hours outside of a conventional 9-5 schedule and regular travel, including evening meetings, weekend events, and overnight travel. It is a remote working position, with West Virginia residency required.
West Virginia Rivers Coalition (WV Rivers) is seeking a full-time Climate Campaign Coordinator for its climate, jobs and justice campaign. The Climate Campaign Coordinator is a full-time position that is responsible for overall coordination and execution of campaign goals and activities. A focus of the campaign is to grow, and mobilize a base of support in West Virginia for climate action and move the needle on priority policy issues through education and advocacy. This involves supporting coordination of the West Virginia Climate Alliance that involves 20 organizations working together to educate and activate West Virginians on climate impacts and solutions. Work will involve hours outside of a conventional 9-5 schedule and regular travel, including evening meetings, weekend events, and overnight travel. It is a remote working position, with West Virginia residency required.
The Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation’s mission is to help people and places move out of poverty and achieve greater social and economic justice. They work in 11 Southern states, supporting organizations and networks making progress along three interconnected pathways of change: economic opportunity, supportive policies and institutions, and democracy and civic engagement. The Foundation aims to center racial equity and power building in all our work, from grantmaking to investments, communications and more. Similar to associate program officers at other philanthropic organizations, MRBF’s Associate Network Officers work with the Program Team to build relationships, identify partners, conduct due diligence and make grants.
Future Generations University is seeking an energetic and motivated Field Associate to support the Appalachian Program. The Field Associate will provide support to the Appalachian Program Research Faculty, Field Coordinator and Program Manager by participating in field research data collection, research assessment activities, and education and coaching for non-timber forest products. Future Generations University is a small school, where everyone, regardless of seniority is expected to bring a positive mindset to teamwork, be self-driven, have effective time management, and believe that positive social change is possible. Team members are expected to think creatively, participate in University-wide strategic planning, and bring dedicated drive and passion to their work.