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The Good Deed Project’s (TGDP) priority is to provide services to the community while maintaining a positive, inclusive and productive, yet fun, work environment. So if you feel you are a great candidate for a listed position after reviewing the job description in its entirety, please APPLY by clicking on the button to the corresponding position you're interested in. We are excited to grow our team, we hope it’s with you!

Program Director

Salary: TBD; Dependent on background/experience.

Position Type: Full-time

Location: In office and on site as needed

The dynamic nature of the Program Director position requires a seasoned leader to strategically design, develop and implement a core program while mobilizing engagement with corporate partners, philanthropists, volunteers and the community at large. With innovative thinking and pragmatic implementation, the Program Director will integrate cross-functional communications, evidence-based initiates, and technologically advanced strategies to optimize both organizational performance and community impact. This role will prioritize the execution of a sustainable program model with a data-driven approach to ensure that all fundraising efforts support The Good Deed Project’s community impact model and revenue goals. In partnership with the CEO, the Program Director will provide a united, visible, and strong leadership presence across the organization and throughout the community served. 

Please review the full list of qualifications and responsibilities for this position below; only qualified candidates with direct experience will be considered.


The ideal candidate is:

  • A detail-oriented self-starter with excellent organizational and time-management skills who has prior experience in the nonprofit and architecture/design/construction/FF&E industry at an executive level.

  • A trustworthy, reliable, and conscientious individual who exhibits sound judgment in a dynamic, fast-paced environment while maintaining the ability to prioritize decisions best suited for the organization's growth and sustainability.

  • A confident, articulate leader with a professional demeanor who is stellar at cultivating relationships with stakeholders including government officials, community leaders, captains of industry and local influencers. 

  • An energetic and resourceful team player who fosters a high-performing, collaborative and inclusive environment with staff and volunteer force.



  • Bachelor's degree in a related field, master's preferred.

  • Five (5) or more years in a leadership or senior executive role with responsibilities of high-level organizational strategic planning, program design and evaluation, performance management, and development and management of large teams; experience in the nonprofit sector is a plus.

  • Must have high proficiency in administrative functions and excellent tech/computer skills with proficiency in Google & Microsoft Office suites, Airtable, JotForm, CRM systems, and planning tools; proficiency in AutoCad, Sketchup, and Adobe Suite is a plus.

  • Must have exceptional communication skills including verbal, written and visual for a diverse range of demographic audiences and purposes.

  • Successful record of cultivating resource partnerships and donor relations resulting in five, six, and seven-figure gifts; grant writing and capital campaign experience is a plus.



With guidance and oversight from the CEO, the Program Director will be responsible for the design and implementation of infrastructure for a new program; each quarter, program data will be reviewed for efficacy, adherence to set milestones and identification of areas for improvement. A Project Manager and Administrative Assistant will report to the Program Director and be support staff for the full execution of a successful program ensuring all efforts support The Good Deed Project’s community impact model. The Program Director will evaluate and manage overall service capacity and outputs during the program planning phase, and will incorporate best practices in the development of community partnerships, securing resources, recruiting volunteers and spreading community awareness required for overall organizational and fiscal health.


Salary: TBD; Dependent on background/experience.

Position Type: Part-time; with option to become full-time position. 

Location: In office and on site.


How to apply: Click on button below to complete application and upload cover letter and resume.

The Good Deed Project, a Las Vegas-based nonprofit working to improve the living conditions of local individuals and families, is seeking a project manager to be the point-person for projects and service initiatives. Our mission is carried out mostly through home renovations, repairs, furniture delivery and other essential needs initiatives that contribute to the betterment of health and home for our clients. The project manager will report directly to and work closely with the executive director and will manage the volunteer coordinator and other team members as needed to ensure continuity of services.



  • Works with the executive director in designing, implementing and operating programs that align with the organization’s mission and support the organization’s goals.

  • Coordinates with partner agencies to inform them of The Good Deed Project’s services and take in referrals.

  • Assists in the review and approval of projects, including scope, budget and timeframe.

  • Schedules and forecasts projects for the year to meet budget and resource needs.

  • Communicates funding requirements and budget constraints to the executive director.

  • Communicates volunteer needs for specific projects to the volunteer coordinator.

  • Helps solicit donations of materials and funding needed for projects.

  • Works through the entire design process as needed, including pre-design through construction documentation and implementation.

  • Coordinates with third-party design and construction teams as owner’s representative.

  • Responsible for all on-site management of renovation, subcontractors and volunteers to ensure projects are completed on schedule with proper safety protocols.


Necessary Experience/Skills:

  • Project management experience (residential and/or commercial)

  • Experience in managing large teams in fast-paced environment

  • Great communication skills, written and verbal

  • Design and/or architecture experience, 5 years minimum preferred

  • Assertive leadership skills that enable you to manage a diverse team

  • Takes initiative in pragmatic solutions while also accepting feedback from others 

  • Able to work independently while coordinating with other staff members and outside partners to meet goals

  • Exceptional people skills: Works well with a diverse group of people (staff, clients, volunteers, community partners, contractors)


Preferred Experience:

  • Architecture, interior design or construction-related degree and/or training

  • Familiarity with design-related programs (CAD, Photoshop, SketchUp, etc.)

  • Experience with Google platforms and Microsoft Office

  • Accounting/financial management knowledge (budgets)


Salary: TBD; Dependent on background/experience

Position Type: Part-time; with option to become full-time position. 

Location: In office

How to apply: Click on button below to complete application and upload cover letter and resume.


The Good Deed Project is looking for a bookkeeper to help in our office a few hours a week. You must be able to commit to consistent hours each week and have experience with nonprofit accounting practices. References required.


  • Updates budget spreadsheets

  • Tracks expenditures and donations

  • Issues donation receipts

  • Arranges reimbursements

  • Assists with grant submission budgets

  • Other bookkeeping duties as necessary

  • Attends partnership meetings that are pertinent to financial aspects of the organization


Necessary Experience/Skills:

  • Experience in working with nonprofits and how their budgets work

  • Background in financial/bookkeeping with Quickbooks experience

  • Experience with Google platforms and Microsoft Office

  • Reliable and professional

  • Observe confidentiality

  • Able to work independently

  • Great communication skills, written and verbal

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