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Development Director
People's Action and People's Action Institute
Apply today to be the Development Director for People's Action and People's Action Institute: https://peoplesaction.org/2022/09/development-director-2/

Based on years of experience, the salary range is $115-$148K annually.
Link: https://peoplesaction.org/2022/09/development-director-2/
Individual Giving Director
MN Center for Environmental Advocacy
https://www.mncenter.org/job-opening-individual-giving-director
Link: https://www.mncenter.org/job-opening-individual-giving-director
Development and New Initiatives Director
Detroit Action
The Development and New Initiatives Director will have fundraising responsibilities for Detroit Action (c4), Detroit Action Education Fund (c3) and Michigan Action (SuperPAC) and other potential political vehicles. The combined resources of these entities are $4.5 million per year. The Development Director will be the chief fundraising strategist and manager for the organization and will be responsible for supporting the Executive Director in building a development department for the organization.

See link above for full description
Link: https://detroit-action.hiringthing.com/job/452442/development-and-new-initiatives-director
Communications Specialist
9to5
Working directly with the Wisconsin State Director, the Communications Specialist will develop and implement the chapter’s communications plan; help expand the digital presence of the Chapter and support the Communications team in donor and fundraising communications.
Link: https://9to5.org/communications-specialist-wisconsin/
Organizer
9to5
9to5 Wisconsin seeks an experienced Organizer. Working directly with the Wisconsin State Director, the Organizer will build and cultivate coalitions and membership, manage stakeholder groups and serve as representative for statewide and national issue campaigns.

Organizer will lead statewide organizing work on family sustainability policies, including paid leave, affordable childcare, and voter rights to mobilize voters as part of 9to5’s broader objective of advocating for gender, racial and economic justice.
Link: https://9to5.org/organizer-iii-wisconsin/
Coal Organizer
350NH
The 350NH Coal Organizer will:

- Organize actions and events for 350NH campaigns, including local chapters and regional organizing with the No Coal No Gas - - Campaign to shut down the last coal plant in New England
- Recruit, train and support volunteers to participate on campaigns and programs
- Represent 350NH in coalition campaigns with state and national partners
- Present 350NH educational materials to community groups and at events
- Support campaign planning and development
- Canvass, phone bank and text bank to engage supporters
Support get out the vote efforts
Link: https://350nh.org/careers/
Communications Fellow
Coalition for Spiritual and Public Leadership
Internal and External Communications Development & Implementation (35%): Coordinates international communications for organizational events, meetings and workshops and external communications for actions, campaigns, and other public facing activities, including updating media lists and establishing healthy media relations.

Social Media (30%): Maintains a regular presence on CSPL social media channels including Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to highlight our work and share related content.

Content Creator (35%): Creates flyers, memes, videos and other digital or print media that will be shared digitally to members, funders and partners that is related to the activities of the organization, community organizing, spiritual and theological formation and other related topics.
Link: https://www.csplaction.org/en/careers
Program Director
OneAmerica
- Program & Team Management (30%)
- Policy Development (20%)
- Strategy and Fundraising (30%)
- Partnerships & Coalition Building (20%)
Link: https://weareoneamerica.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=22&source=aWQ9MTg=
Communications Manager
Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition
- Set communications strategy and develop winning messages for TIRRC and our 501c4 TIRRC Votes
- Secure earned media placements/pitch media stories that advance campaign and organizational goals
- Oversee digital communications to build base, fundraise, and engage supporters
- Management and organizational support
Link: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-34918680/documents/c7a431d8b73b4771b95f6c5a3e9ea43d/TIRRC%20Communications%20Manager%20Job%20Description.pdf
Paralegal
Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition
- Legal Services Support
- Organizational Support
Link: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-34918680/documents/3b6b82b1569e4dafbb56e38ad103c645/TIRRC%20Paralegal%20Job%20Description.pdf
Staff Attorney
Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition
- Legal Services and Support
- Case Management
- Organizational Support
Link: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-34918680/documents/66543c4aac294c55ad6c0ed0f0fb73b0/TIRRC%20Staff%20Attorney%20Job%20Description.pdf
Grants Coordinator
Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition
- Track Grant Deliverables and Staff Activities
- Manage Subgrant Systems
- Grant Administrative Support
Link: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-34918680/documents/4fee0d3ec7c14ff3bd78bb1c8f26fdc3/TIRRC%20Grants%20Coordinator%20Job%20Description.pdf
Outreach Coordinator
Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition
- Legal Services Support
- Organizational Support
Link: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-34918680/documents/1dba76350ad44e8d8324fe54b0aac518/Outreach%20Coordinator%20Job%20Description.pdf
Civic Engagement Coordinator
Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition
- Voter Engagement, Education, and Mobilization
- Data Administration Support
Link: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-34918680/documents/85c4737c172d4edd87068c00f4b760f2/TIRRC%20Civic%20Engagement%20Coordinator%20Job%20Description.pdf
Deep Canvasser
Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition
TIRRC is looking for canvassers to join our innovative deep canvassing efforts to move conflicted voters to be more supportive of immigrant communities and create a pro-immigrant majority. Both paid and volunteer positions are available.
Link: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-34918680/documents/0fbe1370b2ba48ed8aa44e75693c6e63/TIRRC%20Deep%20Canvasser%20Job%20Description.pdf
Community Navigator
Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition
- Community Education
- Community Organizing
- Organizational Support
Link: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-34918680/documents/0b7af8443d004143840d9deb2803050c/East%20TN%20COVID-19%20Community%20Navigator.pdf
Director of Evaluation
Planning, Implementation & Evaluation Org
The Director of Evaluation role at PIE Org is responsible for leading a diverse array of projects, staff, and clients through multiple evaluation cycles in a culturally competent and responsive manner. Primary work includes the strategic leadership of external evaluation work (i.e., formative, summative, process), evaluation coaching to help organizations build their internal evaluation capacity, and the supervision and management of PIE Org staff to do this work. Most evaluation work will be conducted in the content areas of educational and social service programs and collaborative networks. All work will follow PIE’s evidence-based framework to ensure equitable delivery of high-quality processes and deliverables. It is essential to develop and maintain a good rapport with our clients. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are critical for this role. The ideal candidate must have the ability to work independently, multi-task, prioritize and expedite job responsibilities to complete work in a timely manner. Because much of our work is completed on- site in the neighborhoods where partner organizations are located, this position will work remotely a majority of the time and will frequently travel across the greater Chicagoland area, and occasionally the state, for projects. This is a full-time position and includes a substantial compensation and benefits package with health-care, retirement, and a generous vacation policy.
Link: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-34918680/documents/e25f547e60564f709df07df2ab3999b1/PIE%20-%20Director%20of%20Evaluation.pdf
Evaluation Coach
Planning, Implementation & Evaluation Org
An Evaluation Coach of PIE Org is responsible for leading a diverse array of projects, staff, and clients through multiple evaluation cycles in a culturally competent and responsive manner. Primary work includes the strategic leadership of external evaluation work (i.e., formative, summative, process), evaluation coaching to help organizations build their internal evaluation capacity, and the supervision and management of PIE Org staff to do this work. Most evaluation work will be conducted in the content areas of educational and social service programs and collaborative networks. All work will follow PIE’s evidence-based frameworks to ensure equitable delivery of high-quality processes and deliverables. It is essential to develop and maintain a good rapport with our clients. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are critical for this role. The ideal candidate must have the ability to work independently, multi-task, prioritize, and expedite job responsibilities to complete work in a timely manner. Because much of our work is completed on-site in the neighborhoods where partner organizations are located, this position will work remotely a majority of the time and will frequently travel across the greater Chicagoland area, and occasionally the state, for projects. This is a full-time position and includes a substantial compensation and benefits package with health-care, retirement, and a generous vacation policy.
Link: https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-34918680/documents/95817f88062945b99a20e4f95679ba76/PIE%20-%20Evaluation%20Coach.pdf
Officer, Planned Giving
International Rescue Committee
The Planned Giving Officer will work with donors and prospects in the Eastern US to ensure an increased number of legacy gift commitments and a growing and engaged legacy society. Accountable for securing and sustaining planned gifts, they will work directly with prospects and donors and USA Philanthropy colleagues to ensure a healthy financial future for our humanitarian work. This may entail: generating new leads; soliciting donors for planned gifts; building positive relationships to steward legacy donors; crafting and implementing cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies to connect with and inspire planned giving donors and prospects; advising colleagues on collaborations; and reporting results of efforts.
The Officer will be expected to understand the needs of donors and prospects, communicate and connect superbly with colleagues, business partners, and supporters, use knowledge of various gift planning instruments to assist colleagues and donors, continue to learn about IRC programs, think strategically, offer creative solutions, and manage systems to grow and improve the IRC’s donor relationships and prospecting with high wealth individuals and families.
Link: https://rescue.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/30104?c=rescue
Associate Director, Major Giving Western Region
The International Rescue Committee
The International Rescue Committee’s (IRC) External Relations (ER) department enables the IRC to respond to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Within ER, the USA Philanthropy team leads on the organization’s work with USA-based High-Net-Worth Individuals. We’re in search of an experienced Associate Director, Major Giving for the western region to join our team!
Within USA Philanthropy, the Major Giving team has the goal of improving private individual support for the organization. We engage, cultivate, solicit, and steward six- and seven-figure gifts and multi-year commitments from high-net-worth individual supporters of the IRC.
The Associate Director will help lead the team, focused on the Western region of the U.S. with a goal to renew and upgrade gifts of $100,000+ while building a strong pipeline of major gift donor prospects and identifying new, creative, and multifaceted partnerships. This person will craft and employ strategies to cultivate, solicit, and steward donors and prospects with the capacity to give major gifts in partnership with the team’s Director, IRC Leadership, and our Board of Directors and Advisors who are also engaged in fundraising.
The position serves a critical role in helping to both develop and carry out strategies that are informed by high-reaching revenue targets and to devise, monitor, and analyze results of initiatives and metrics to guide future endeavors. They will be expected to understand the needs and performance of donors and prospects, communicate and collaborate superbly with colleagues, business partners, and supporters, think strategically, make recommendations, offer creative solutions, and manage systems to continually grow and improve donor relationships with the IRC.
Link: https://rescue.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/30092?c=rescue
Officer, Leadership Giving
The International Rescue Committee
The International Rescue Committee’s (IRC) External Relations (ER) department enables the IRC to respond to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Within ER, the USA Philanthropy team leads on the organization’s work with USA-based High-Net-Worth Individuals. We’re seeking a high-powered Leadership Giving Officer to join our team!
A dynamic front-line fundraiser, the Leadership Giving Officer will help drive revenue growth through the strategic management a portfolio of leadership giving prospects (defined as donors, prospective donors, and suspects with wealth capacity ratings of at least $100K and up to $499K). With a national focus on IRC’s leadership giving donors, the Officer is a relationship manager throughout the donor life cycle and roots IRC’s presence in key revenue-generating cities to build a strong pipeline of leadership gift donor prospects and grow revenue across the region.

The ideal candidate is an entrepreneurial professional who excels at front-line relationship building and devising prospecting strategies. They will craft and implement strategies to cultivate, solicit, and steward donors and prospects with the capacity to give five and six- figure leadership gifts. As a collaborative and strategic problem-solver, the Officer will work closely with the team’s Director and IRC leadership to handle high-level partnerships and opportunities. The Officer also will collaborate across the External Relations team to secure proposals, donor engagement communications and touch points, and stewardship reports.
Link: https://rescue.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/29626?c=rescue
Coal Organizer
350 New Hampshire
- Organize actions and events for 350NH campaigns, including local chapters and regional organizing with the No Coal No Gas Campaign to shut down the last coal plant in New England
- Recruit, train and support volunteers to participate on campaigns and programs
- Represent 350NH in coalition campaigns with state and national partners
- Present 350NH educational materials to community groups and at events
- Support campaign planning and development
- Canvass, phone bank and text bank to engage supporters
- Support get out the vote efforts
Link: https://350nh.org/careers/
Communications Manager
603 Forward
Manage email and social calendar to meet the needs of the organization including drafting, editing, and posting content

Advise on and create content for use by all departments for short and long-term projects

Identify needs and develop new content on an ongoing basis to address gaps in the organization’s communications

Design and implement an earned media strategy for the organization

Create and refine visual materials via Canva or other design tools in line with organization style guides and needs

Maintain the website to meet the needs of the organization

Edit existing content to improve impact and best achieve organizational goals

Depending on skills: occasional photography and videography at organizational events throughout New Hampshire to achieve organizational goals

Depending on skills: Conduct keyword research and use SEO best practices to increase traffic to the website and organizational reach
Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdmHzNNOZ_gltHNSh16H4fExlP5oO7Ep75Fbavhe0WhhdahSw/viewform
Leadership Development Associate
603 Forward
Prospective Leader Identification

Identify and build relationships with prospective leaders across New Hampshire to educate them about filing to run in for local office or to serve in appointed positions in their community

Engage with interested prospective leaders digitally and in-person Process ongoing 603 Forward online sign-ups

Assist with all aspects of education, trainings and events

Research Projects

Research opportunities to serve in elected and appointed office in New Hampshire

Maintain systems to track open positions, and incorporate new information into trainings

Other Duties

Support the Leadership Development Team with additional projects, outreach, and tasks as needed.
Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd4Fsfz0px094F7fcEvv02fg_T_vUokK-muTIlmiJyrUZJhxg/viewform
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