Employment Opportunities

President & CEO



Every child deserves a chance at a prosperous, meaningful future.  A model of how public and private entities can work together, Children’s Fund has served over 1.75 million children in San Bernardino County over the past 35 years.  We change the trajectory of children’s lives by giving them support, opportunity and hope. 



The President & CEO should be skilled in working with four constituent groups; donors, board members, staff, and agencies with whom we share contracts.  The President & CEO will work with prospective and current donors, a committed board, talented staff and agencies in the County.  Competitive salary with benefits provided.



Experience in fundraising and nonprofits is essential.  Should possess excellent people skills, leadership characteristics, and a strong belief in our mission.  Must possess high level communication skills, both written and oral.   


Job Description

Essential Duties

Children’s Fund Application


How to Apply

You are encouraged to apply before the deadline of May 23, 2022, however we will be looking at applications as they are received.  The position will remain open until filled. To apply, send the completed application, cover letter and resume to Beth Spalding, 348 W. Hospitality Lane #110, San Bernardino, CA 92408 or to jobs@childrensfund.org.  For more information, contact Beth Spalding at 909.379.6023 or jobs@childrensfund.org.  

What We Offer

Your benefits will include a competitive compensation plan and paid time-off benefit. After 30 days you may enroll in Children’s Fund's Health & Welfare benefit plans, depending on eligibility.  We also offer a SIMPLE IRA Savings Plan, with company match. We look forward to reviewing with you the specific benefits you would receive as a Children’s Fund employee. This information is provided as a highlight of the major benefits offered to most full-time team members - this is not a full summary plan description.


Due to the current COVID-19 (Corona virus) outbreak, Children's Fund has implemented temporary, remote work arrangements for employees whose job duties are conducive to working from home. However, Children's Fund's positions require the employee to be physically present in the workplace, following a modified work schedule.  All employees are defined as essential personnel.  These arrangements are expected to be short-term, and Children's Fund will continue to monitor guidance from health officials and the need for remote work arrangements.  Employees should not assume any specific period for tele-work, and Children's Fund may require employees to return to regular, in-office work.