This year’s nonprofit salary survey found that in a world radically changed by the pandemic, the nonprofit sector is positioning itself for renewal and growth – through flexibility, innovation, and perseverance. Extraordinary issues challenged and changed how and where we work; who and how we hire; priorities, expectations, and strategies for the future. PNP’s 2022 NONPROFIT SALARIES & STAFFING TRENDS Report provides nonprofit organizations with the most up-to-date information available, including salaries for 43 positions across five nonprofit budget sizes. Download your copy of this free report today.
With a deep understanding of the nonprofit sector, local expertise with a national reach, and outstanding results based on 25 years of experience and proven excellence, PNP helps organizations make smart hiring decisions to advance mission, and build diversity, sustainability, and capacity.
Our Goal is Simple: In a changing and fiercely competitive marketplace, we are creative and resourceful in sourcing the top 10% of talent, and diligent about providing the best service to our clients.
Specialties in the following areas: Fundraising/Development, Finance, Human Resources, Executive Management, Program management, Marketing, Database and Office Support.
At PNP, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) are at the core of our business.
When it comes to staffing, organizations with higher numbers of racially and ethnically diverse employees have a 35% performance advantage; and they tend to be more innovative and productive. Diverse organizations are more successful in retaining talent and more likely to achieve long-term sustainability. Gender diversity in management positions often increases the ability for organizations to reach goals.
But, simply attracting and hiring diverse candidates is not enough. Inclusion strategies are critical to employee retention, especially within under-represented groups. We help you incorporate your DEI commitment into recruiting and retention strategies, as well as into your job descriptions and employer branding.
Contact us to discuss inclusive hiring practices for your organization.
Learn more in our DEI Resource Library.
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Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation
American Baptist Foundation
American Baptist Home Mission Society
American Friends of Tel Aviv University
American Guild of Organists
AMREF Health Africa
Black Futures Lab
Building Owners Management Association of NY (BOMA NY)
Cancer Care Inc
Careers through Culinary Arts Program
Center for Family Support
Community Housing Innovations Inc
Communities United for Police Reform
Comprehensive Youth Development
Cool Culture Inc.
Creative Arts Workshops for Kids
Encore Community Services
Endometriosis Foundation of America
Eskolta School Research & Design
Freedom for Immigrants
Foundation for Child Development
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE)
Games for Change
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IRI Innovative Resources for Independence
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
Junior Achievement of New York
King Baudouin Foundation U.S.
MedShare International Inc
Mertz Gilmore Foundation
Momentum Advisory Collective
Near East Foundation
Natl. Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering & Science
National Council on Problem Gambling
Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter
Neighborhood Housing Services Of New York
New Visions For Public Schools Inc.
NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome
Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance
Pathways To College
Several Sources Shelters
Step Up for Better Living
St Nick’s Alliance
The Viscardi Center
The Skin Cancer Foundation
Washington DC Economic Partnership
World Wildlife Fund,
Youth for Tomorrow New Life Center
“PNP’s attentiveness to our needs has exceeded expectations. As a result, I have hired two outstanding senior executives. I recommend PNP without reservation.“
James E. Thomashower
American Guild of Organists
“In looking back over my 30 year career, the worst mistakes I made were in hiring. I now see that hiring PNP could have transformed my organization, and allowed me to avoid costly hiring decisions.”
Community Housing Innovations