Nonprofit Professional

 

Industry:

Manufacturing

2017 Median Salary:

National: $59,970 CA: $76,110

Typical Entry-level Education:

TBD

Number of Jobs, 2016 (?):

TBD

10 Year Growth Rate:

20%

Skills/training required:

Public speaking, oral and written communication, attention-to-detail, time-management, organizational skills, and interpersonal skills.

What Nonprofit Professionals Do:

Nonprofit professionals can be found in multiple roles throughout a nonprofit organization. In this case, a Client Services Manager specifically works closely with clients and communities, makes in-home visits, and plans, directs and coordinates the supportive services of an organization. They plan events, maintain facilities, and are an integral part of the care support services.

From The Field:

“I feel that every woman that I engage with gives me something for me to reflect back on, and that it is really actually a blessing that I’m able to be in their life.” – Dolores M.

Knowledge Required:

Client Services Managers are excellent listeners and communicators, are detail-oriented and analytical, and care deeply about the clients they serve while maintaining professional boundaries.

Skills:

Public speaking, oral and written communication, attention-to-detail, time-management, organizational skills, and interpersonal skills.

Career Path:

Many enter the occupation with a bachelor’s degree in social work, urban studies, public administration and psychology, as well as other majors. Many employers require a master’s degree in a related field, and supplemental field-specific training and volunteer work.

Best Cities For This Job:

California, New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Illinois

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