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United South End Settlements, Boston
The mission of United South End Settlements (USES) is to harness the power of our diverse community to disrupt the cycle of poverty for children and their families. USES believes families have the best chance of reaching their potential when they have long-term, holistic support. Our goal is to empower families in the South End and the surrounding areas to stabilize, achieve economic mobility, and become more resilient through access to resources and connections to a diverse social network. We have integrated our programs and implemented new initiatives to support the whole family, providing children and youth with early childhood education, club48 after school programs, and Camp Hale, a summer camp on Squam Lake in New Hampshire. We also support parents and caregivers to identify and pursue goals important to their family through one-on-one coaching and provide job training, placement, and career development. We value diversity in every setting and are committed to building diverse social networks of individuals with various backgrounds, skill sets, and perspectives who share our vision for disrupting the cycle of poverty. To learn more, please visit our website at www.uses.org.
USES Core Values
Community: We believe in engaging the entire community as a catalyst in our model of service that helps children and their families build strong, trusting and mutually beneficial relationships.
Diversity: We believe that we achieve the greatest positive impact on children and their families when we include people from various backgrounds, skill sets, and perspectives in disrupting the cycle of poverty.
Opportunity: We believe that all people have potential and deserve access to top quality educational and economic opportunities.
USES Organizational Norms and Behaviors
Collaboration: Finding ways to Work Together with each other and across our departments and positions
Positivity: Having a “Can Do” Attitude even when things are tough or stressful
Transparency: Having Open Communication by sharing successes, challenges and ideas with each other
Excellence: Doing the Best We Can all the time with everything we do
Development Operations Associate
What You’ll Do:
As the Development Operations Associate, you will support the Development team in delivering a high-quality philanthropic experience to our donors. Reporting to the Director of Development, you will process and acknowledge incoming gifts to the organization, provide logistical and administrative support to the Chief Development Officer and Director of Development, act as the liaison between our Development and Finance teams, and conduct research to support cultivation and fundraising activities. The ideal candidate is detail-oriented and collaborative with strong communication skills, and an interest in our mission and in supporting a dynamic Development team.
What You’ll Love
Processing incoming gifts to the organization and generating acknowledgment letters to thank our donors.
Using Salesforce, our Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) database, to manage data and reporting related to donors, prospects, and incoming gifts.
Serving as a liaison to the business office to ensure alignment between Development and finance data and reporting.
Coordinating gifts cultivation and stewardship logistics for Chief Development Officer and Co-CEOs as needed to ensure that those involved in the meeting are prepared, including: scheduling meetings, briefing staff on the donor/prospect, logging meeting notes in Salesforce, and tracking next steps.
Maintaining supply of up-to-date donor and prospect folder materials (physical and electronic)
Conducting prospect research to support USES’s major gifts fundraising and developing donor/prospect profiles and meeting briefs.
Managing day-to-day administrative tasks for the Chief Development Officer and Director of Development.
Provide operational support for large fundraising and stewardship mailings, including our annual appeal letters and annual report.
Monitor and maintain stock of fundraising materials and supplies, ordering new supplies from vendors as needed.
Conducting personal outreach by email and phone to donors and other key contacts, including personal thank-you calls to donors.
Attending USES fundraising events and program events such as graduations, health fairs, and arts and culture events (some nights and weekends will be required);
Act as a brand ambassador, attending community events (in-person or virtual) as a representative of USES.
Other responsibilities as assigned, including cross-training with other members of the Development team.
What We’re Looking For:
USES is seeking a development professional who has the experiences, ambition, and mission alignment needed to support our Development team, including the following:
Commitment to USES’s mission
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office
Excellent written and communication skills
Strong organizational and time management skills
Excellent attention to detail with the ability to multi-task
A working knowledge of Salesforce and/or comparable fundraising databases is a plus
Must be able to exercise sound judgment and confidentiality
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, take initiative and be a self-starter
One to three years of relevant experience with excellent references
Ability to work some nights and weekends
Ability to work remotely or on-site as needed
To apply, please visit our application page.
Farm Aid, Cambridge, MA
Farm Aid seeks a Grant Program Manager to advance Farm Aid’s mission through strategic development and direction of Farm Aid’s grant programs. Reporting to the Program Director, the Grant Program Manager helps shape Farm Aid’s investment in grassroots efforts across the country to advance economic justice for farmers, racial equity in food and farming, and regenerative and resilient agriculture.
Key responsibilities include:
· Direct and guide Farm Aid’s grant programs, which include organizational grants to support the food and farm movement, emergency grants to support farmers in crisis and following natural disasters, and leadership grants to strengthen and elevate the voices of farmers. Facilitate productive and effective coordination between grantmaking and across Farm Aid’s programmatic work.
· Serve as the primary liaison with Farm Aid grantees and prospective grantees, leveraging Farm Aid’s unique assets to increase grantee visibility, capacity and impact.
· Steward Farm Aid’s engagement and collaboration with the broader funding community, elevating the profile of Farm Aid priorities to build the capacity of farmers, grassroots leaders and partner organizations.
· Expand and deepen Farm Aid’s ability to measure the impact of its grantmaking, ensuring its grant programs are leveraged for maximum community and organizational impact.
Compensation, Hours, and Location
While Farm Aid continues to operate predominantly on a remote basis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we prefer that the Grant Program Manager be able to work regularly from our Cambridge, Massachusetts, office when public health and safety guidelines allow for our office reopening in a remote-hybrid model.
Compensation is $60,000-66,000 based on experience. Benefits include 100% health insurance premium coverage (for up to full family coverage, ranging in value of up to $30K+ annually depending on coverage); 20 days (4 weeks) of paid vacation; 10 days paid sick and excused time; 2 civic engagement days; 11 holidays + office closure from December 24 through January 1; option to participate in company IRA, FSA and Employee Assistance plans; longevity bonus program rewarding each year of service and including a paid, twelve-week sabbatical after seven years of service; as well as an exciting work environment with smart, passionate people seeking to make change in our food and farm system.
For a complete job description including detailed responsibilities, qualifications, and application instructions, please see Farm Aid’s career page.
Boston Ballet, Boston, MA
The heart of Boston Ballet is the human experience. Through our living and breathing art, we forge human connections—between artist and attendee, teacher and trainee, friend and newcomer, one’s outer and inner self. We believe that the community of employees that makes dance possible is better together when talented individuals with varied life experiences, identities, races, cultures and ideas are welcomed, encouraged, and heard.
As an internationally-acclaimed company, Boston Ballet is ever-evolving and innovating to stay relevant and ahead of the curve—in our business model, our repertoire, our education, and our engagement with our community. The Corporate Relations Manager joins Boston Ballet at an exciting moment of growth and is responsible for corporate partnerships—externally and internally—to ensure the success of a thriving and engaging corporate giving program at Boston Ballet.
The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated relationship builder with experience working in corporate sales, business development, or non-profit corporate fundraising. An integral member of the Development team, the Corporate Relations Manager is responsible for retaining and growing support from current corporate partnerships as well as developing and executing strategies to aggressively grow new relationships. This position is considered full-time and exempt.
• Contributed revenue achievement
o Responsible for securing corporate membership and sponsorship support with $500K+ annual revenue target.
o Identify, cultivate, and lead the solicitation of corporate donors for four, five, and six-figure, multi-year financial commitments.
o Develop and execute a comprehensive strategy for corporate relations that meets annual and long-term fundraising goals.
o Lead strategy, project management, and fundraising for corporate events.
• Business development
o Work collaboratively and efficiently with both internal and external leadership to strategically engage, cultivate, and solicit new and existing relationships with an end goal of creating a robust portfolio of corporate partnerships that support Boston Ballet.
o Establish, organize, and implement solicitation and cultivation strategies through Board members, community leaders, and new business relationships.
o Recruit and retain corporate leadership for Board roles, special events, and partnerships.
• Account management
o Serve as key liaison to Boston Ballet’s corporate partners, building strong partnerships that lead to high engagement and retention.
o Develop meaningful and compelling engagement opportunities for the Ballet’s existing donor community, connecting them to our mission and impact.
o Work with cross-departmental teams to ensure stewardship activities and donor recognition are implemented in a thoughtful and strategic manner.
o Ensure that proper communication and reporting is provided to donors on a timely basis, including programmatic reports, organizational updates, and promotional materials.
o Maintain corporate donor databases, including files, correspondence, and benefits.
• Organizational leadership
o Supervise Development Associate on corporate relations projects.
o Participate in budget planning, goal setting, and strategic planning to assist with the creation of the Development team’s annual operating plans.
o Oversee the administration of the Corporate Membership program.
o Identify new opportunities for corporate support across Boston Ballet programs and initiatives, and devise and facilitate strategy for securing support.
o Manage internal pipeline and protocol for companies, including group sales, marketing partnerships, and in-store events.
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
• 3+ years of related experience (sales, business development, or corporate fundraising).
• Work style that exemplifies collaboration, solution seeking, and ambition.
• Experience and interest in managing committees of board members and volunteers to achieve departmental goals.
• Creativity in finding shared interests between donors/prospects and the Ballet, and to translate these into partnerships.
• Ability to leverage relationships in the corporate community.
• Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects with great attention to detail.
• Exceptional organization and time management skills.
• Outstanding written and verbal communications skills.
• Demonstrated discretion, tact, and good judgment.
Boston Ballet requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including boosters, within one month of eligibility, as a condition of employment unless the employee is entitled to a religious or medical exemption.
To apply for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. IMPORTANT – PLEASE INCLUDE CORPORATE RELATIONS MANAGER IN THE SUBJECT LINE OF YOUR E-MAIL. No phone calls please.
Boston Ballet, Boston, MA
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION
The heart of Boston Ballet is the human experience. Through our living and breathing art, we forge human connections—between artist and attendee, teacher and trainee, friend and newcomer, one’s outer and inner self. We believe that our community of employees that makes dance possible is better when people with varied life experiences, backgrounds, and identities are welcomed and heard.
The Annual Giving Manager is a full-time, exempt level position that oversees Boston Ballet’s annual giving societies and direct response fundraising, and promotes Development and Marketing engagement and revenue goals. Serving as the Development lead in communications plans, they design and execute annual giving campaigns to bring all supporters closer to the art. They provide direction, management, and administration to all Boston Ballet direct response fundraising, which includes direct mail and online channels.
· Contributed revenue achievement
o Collaborate with relationship managers across the department to achieve the annual target of $1.5M+ for Benefactor and Friends individual giving revenue lines
o Oversee the Friends’ Circle and Benefactors’ Circle giving programs, including the donor loyalty programs Young Partners, On Pointe Society, and monthly sustainers.
· Fundraising strategy
o Direct and implement all annual giving fundraising campaigns, tailoring successful approaches to various constituencies.
o Serve as key liaison for the Young Partners committee, partnering with volunteer leadership to facilitate meetings and program strategy.
o Collaborate with integrated advancement teams on developing a strong patron-donor pipeline as well as Friends and Young Partners to Benefactor pipeline.
o In partnership with colleagues, strategically design and execute benefits structure for annual giving donors.
· Donor communications
o Direct the deployment of broad-based direct mail and email appeals, invitations, and engagements for all constituencies, ensuring accuracy and timeliness.
o Manage collaboration with Institutional Advancement team for any development related website updates or projects.
o Provide leadership and project management to coordinate Institutional Advancement campaigns touching donors and ticket audiences.
· Organizational leadership
o Direct supervision of the Benefactors’ Circle Officer.
o Provide clear guidance for direct report(s), leveraging the talent of each employee consistent with Boston Ballet’s vision and core values.
o Help Benefactors’ Circle Officer and other team members prioritize and problem-solve within a complex and multifaceted organization.
o Establish tangible, trackable goals with key stakeholders and provide updates to team leaders.
QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS
· Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience
· 5+ years of development or marketing experience
· Results-oriented and committed to meeting benchmarks and goals
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Ability to take direction and be a team player, while also working independently and strategically with colleagues and external constituents
· Must be passionate about advancing Boston Ballet, its programs, and dance as an art form
Boston Ballet requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including boosters, within one month of eligibility, as a condition of employment unless the employee is entitled to a religious or medical exemption.
To apply for this position, please send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. IMPORTANT – PLEASE INCLUDE ANNUAL GIVING MANAGER IN THE SUBJECT LINE OF YOUR E-MAIL. No phone calls please.
Peer Health Exchange, NYC, New York
- Start Date: June 2022
- Location: Can be located in any PHE sites, preference for greater NYC or greater Boston. (All PHE staff are currently temporarily remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic)
- Salary Range: $90,000 – $100,000
- Hiring Manager: Evan Rahman, AVP, Individual Giving
As the Director, Development (Regional Director) you will cultivate new and existing major donors in New England to support PHE’s mission and vision, recruit and engage local board members, and serve as the spokesperson for PHE in the Northeast to increase our visibility throughout the community. You will report directly to the AVP, Individual Giving.
Here’s what you should know:
This is a full-time, salaried position. However, please note that all PHE staff are currently temporarily remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here’s what you will do as part of our team:
- Directly responsible for raising $500-$600K from individual donors
- Collaborate with two other Regional Directors on the Individual Giving team
- Manage pipeline of individual donors in full, from initial introduction to closing a gift.
- Sustain and grow existing relationships with stakeholders including Board members and individual donors
- Help build best in class engagement practices for individual donors and share best practices with other Regional Directors across
- Use PHE’s systems (salesforce) to track activity and analyze effectiveness of strategies in meeting goals
Local Advisory Board Management & Events
- Recruit local advisory board members, high priority national board and committee members
- Grow PHE’s network of support by growing the local advisory board, stewarding key introductions, and hosting events to build the individual giving
- Hold quarterly meetings to engage the local advisory board in PHE’s local programming and org- wide impact, build community, and support PHE’s fundraising
- Manage local events from small dinners to program panels to fundraising events
Who you are:
The role you may have right now
- Associate Director of Development
- Manager of Annual Giving
- Development Manager
- Senior Manager of Philanthropy
- Development Operations Manager
The work you may be doing now
- Connecting with donors
- Managing donor pipelines
- Working with board members
- Implementing fundraising campaigns
- Tracking/analyzing fundraising data
The Skills You’ll Need
- Demonstrate a strong passion for PHE’s mission to build healthier communities with young people; strong alignment with PHE’s core values of Health Equity, Commitment, Communication, Agency, and Impact
- Center youth inclusion, community partnership, and equity work visibly, broadly, in action in part through deep listening and hearing with a lens of inclusion
- 6-8 years’ of relevant, related experience (i.e. tracking fundraising data, development assistant, managing donor pipelines, working with board members etc.)
- 4 years’ experience serving as a fundraising professional directly responsible for raising funds as an individual fundraiser
- Proven ability to build strong relationships and use storytelling to engage new people
- Quarterly (or more) travel will be required for donor stewardship, staff retreats and events.
- Proven ability to deliver and thrive in a fast-paced, learning organization
- Ability to serve as a brand ambassador for the organization
- Experience managing a board or group of stakeholders
About the Development team
The development team raises PHE’s philanthropic support through individual engagement and foundation grants, stewarding the PHE donor community to best sustain our mission.
Peer Health Exchange (PHE) is a national non-profit organization that creates education opportunities for peers to share the tools and resources young people need to make healthy decisions. Since 2003, we have trained more than 15,000 college students to deliver in-person health education to over 188,000 high school-aged young people in communities across the country. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we re-designed our in-person programming to be delivered virtually and partnered with high school students to understand their mental health needs. Following that collaboration, we launched our app selfsea.org for young people ages 13 – 18. In the past year, we’ve expanded from two in-person program models to five in-person and digital program offerings and we are continuing to grow! Our mission is critical, our team is diverse, and our work is vibrant. Check us out on TikTok (@peerhealthexchange)!
Learn more about our responsiveness and shift to digital in this article co-authored by our colleagues “Youths Know What They Need to Support Their Mental Health”!
The Next Steps
Please submit your resume and cover letter telling us why you are interested in our team and this role!
At Peer Health Exchange, we celebrate difference and are committed to providing equitable opportunities, addressing the effects of power and privilege. PHE is proud to be an equal employment opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, physical disability, veteran status or length of time spent unemployed. We want to empower people to change lives!
Note: Peer Health Exchange reserves the right to add additional duties, as needed. All Peer Health Exchange employees are encouraged to be flexible and responsive to changes in scope of duties.
Found in Translation, Boston
Found in Translation was founded in 2011 in order to create opportunity at the intersection of two social problems: health access disparities and economic inequality across race, gender, and ethnicity. Through education and supportive services, we connect top talent in low-income communities with well-paying jobs in one of the fastest-growing fields in the US.
Our Medical Interpreter Certificate training and job placement program supports our two-fold mission:
- To give low-income bilingual women an opportunity to achieve economic security through the use of their language skills
- To unleash bilingual talent into the workforce to fight racial, ethnic, and linguistic disparities in health care
The Data and Development Assistant will provide administrative and logistical support to Found in Translation’s fundraising and data management efforts. This is a part time, hourly position (20 hours a week) reporting to the Impact Director, and working closely with the Data Manager. The position is currently primarily remote due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, though in-person work opportunities at our office in Dorchester are available for interested staff, and are occasionally required depending on position responsibilities. We will continue to monitor the virus to determine when it is safe to have all staff return to the office in some capacity, but will continue to support hybrid schedules. The work environment is a small, collaborative team that values a diversity of experience and background, and a strong commitment to racial and gender justice.
Roles and Responsibilities
- Support Data Manager in maintaining outcome surveys database, including efficiently tracking and recording survey responses, and organizing data into tables and charts.
- Provides support on special evaluation project initiatives.
- Accurately input contributions in Salesforce database, including appropriately recording the donor information, source of the gift, and relevant gift details.
- Maintain a high level of data quality, including identifying and correcting inconsistencies, potential duplicate records and other errors. Update contact information on an ongoing basis.
- Support implementation of donor and contact data clean up efforts in preparation for Salesforce transition and streamlined communications.
- Produce timely acknowledgements for philanthropic contributions received, and manage storage of contribution back up.
- Support Impact Director in corporate sponsorship and logistics efforts for Found in Translation fundraising events and mailing campaigns.
- Maintain the development team’s supply of materials like stationery and postage stamps.
Qualifications and Experience
- Genuine resonance with and commitment to our mission
- Strong writing, research and organizational skills
- Previous successful administrative experience preferred
- Prior fundraising experience in a job, internship, or volunteer role a plus
- Prior data related experience in a job, internship, or volunteer role a plus
- Ability to maintain high level of data integrity and donor confidentiality
- Problem solving skills and ability to present possible solutions to supervisor
- Proficiency in Google Docs/Sheets/other Google Apps and Microsoft Office (Excel, Word) is required. Experience with Salesforce a plus.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a small team
Starting rate is $20 – $21/hr, depending on experience.
Full range is $20-$24/hr, depending on performance.
Competitive benefits package including generous paid time off, phone stipend, Short Term Disability, Life insurance, 401(k), and more.
How To Apply
To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Renée Metelus at firstname.lastname@example.org by June 2nd.
Found in Translation is committed to building a culturally diverse staff to represent the populations we serve. People of color, women, immigrants, people with disabilities and members of the LGBTQ community are strongly encouraged to apply.
Coaching For Change, Inc., Massachusetts, Rhode Island
DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR (full-time) for Coaching4Change
Overview of Coaching4Change, 501(c)3
Coaching4Change (C4C) mobilizes college students to serve low-income K-12 school districts, expands
pathways for student success, and builds a pipeline of future educators. We do this by recruiting, training,
and placing local, talented, and diverse college students to support school improvement initiatives aimed
at increasing student engagement and improving school culture and climate. Additionally, over 60% of our
college students identify as people of color, because we know representation in schools’ matters. Professional
educators supervise and coach the college students, creating a cross-age mentoring model that promotes growth
opportunities for participants.
We are seeking a high energy, pro-active relationship builder with a proven track record raising significant
funds through major gifts, annual campaigns, events, and corporate partnerships to lead our growing
development initiative with support from the Executive Team and the Board of Directors. The
Development Director reports to the Co-Founder & CEO and will supervise the grant writer and
What you’ll be doing:
● Develop and implement comprehensive fundraising initiatives in line with C4C’s annual operating budget and
strategic growth plans.
● Represent C4C in the community. Approximately 50% of your time will be building relationships cultivating,
soliciting and stewarding donors.
● Provide quarterly reports on fundraising activities to the full Board of Directors.
● Lead each stage of a robust donor cultivation and stewardship process, including creating
meaningful opportunities for donor engagement, making effective and targeted solicitations,
providing timely and personalized acknowledgement, and routinely increasing contributions from
● Lead annual fundraising gala and other cultivation events.
● Develop a strategy specifically aimed at corporate sponsorship and engagement.
● Work with Development Coordinator to ensure best practices for donor database management
to support strategic initiatives.
● Work in partnership with C4C’s Director of Marketing and Communications to produce donorcentric
communications/messaging across multiple channels throughout the year, while updating,
refining and building out new
donor/funding facing materials.
● Support the CEO with relevant information and strategy for donor and foundation meetings
● Engage board members in appropriate fundraising activities by providing the guidance and
resources necessary for effective board member participation
● Supervise the grants management function by reviewing and editing grant applications and
reports, ensuring deadlines are met, building and maintaining relationships with foundation
contacts, and identifying new foundation prospects
● Lead site visits to schools with major donors and corporate sponsors
● Work closely with CEO & Co-Founders to cultivate new major donors and revenue streams in
regions identified as key prospective partners.
Who you are:
You Care: deeply about creating racial equity in schools and improving outcomes for low income,
high need students.
Proven: You have experience developing and managing multi-faceted fundraising
Successful: You have a record of securing major donor gifts.
Relationship Driven: You enjoy the process of cultivating and stewarding donor relationships.
Process-oriented-You are organized and familiar with donor management systems and
Self-Starter: You take initiative, are a resourceful problem solver, you know how to
maximize resources and are comfortable in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
REQUIRED: 5-7 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising.
REQUIRED: Bachelor’s Degree
Life at C4C
We pride ourselves in creating a friendly, fun, inclusive environment. Here are a few of the many reasons to join our
The ability to do your job in a supportive and flexible environment
A place where you can be creative, introduce ideas, and truly own your work
Make genuine connections with our team, our donors, our college mentors and school partners
Know that with every dollar you raise you are making an impact in the lives of students who need it most.
Salary and Compensation
Salary is commensurate with experience. This position is full time with hybrid flexibility.
Coaching for Change, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity, equity and
inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color,
sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other
protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.
This policy applies to all employment practices within our organization, including hiring, recruiting,
promotion, termination, layoff, recall, leave of absence, compensation, benefits, training, and
apprenticeship. Coaching for Change, Inc. makes hiring decisions based solely on qualifications, merit,
and business needs at the time.
TO APPLY: Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to Sheryl Marshall at email@example.com
GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD), Boston, hybrid remote
The Development Department supports GLAD’s work by raising money from individual donations, fundraising events, corporate funding, and grants. Fundraising accounts for more than 90% of the revenue driving the organization’s vital work. The Assistant Director of Development will develop and implement strategies to facilitate and grow GLAD’s individual, planned, and corporate giving programs. They will be an externally-facing fundraiser working collaboratively with the Major Gifts Team, senior leadership, development committee, and Board of Directors to foster meaningful relationships with current and prospective donors.
This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced fundraiser committed to GLAD’s mission, to take on an external facing role with an emphasis on donor engagement and moves management. We seek candidates with a depth of experience managing donor relationships in a fast-paced, nonprofit environment. The Assistant Director of Development will have the opportunity to lead young donor engagement and legacy giving initiatives, in addition to stewarding a portfolio of approximately 100 major donors.
RISE Together Fund/RISE Together Action Fund, Remote
Please see full job description, including compensation and benefits here.
The Program Officer will help develop, execute, and evaluate grantmaking and program development and strategy in furtherance of RTF and RTAF goals. Specifically, the Program Officer will help oversee RTF’s grantmaking activities, implement grantee program development, technical assistance, capacity and field building efforts and/or other learning opportunities to support the BAMEMSA field.
This is a full-time (40 hour per week) US-based remote position.
The Program Officer has four years of formal or informal experience leading social justice strategies and/or experience building programming to support the rights and inclusion of BAMEMSA on a national, state or local level or other equivalent experience. They possess a deep understanding of the BAMEMSA experience and a track record of working with diverse communities. They also have experience in philanthropy or grantmaking in the non-profit sector.
Additional requirements and experience include:
• Excellent writing, editing, and research skills. Strong attention to detail.
• Excellent relationship-building and interpersonal skills.
• Excellent project management and organizational skills. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple high-priority tasks and responsibilities under tight deadlines and schedules while inspiring others to do the same.
• Ability and willingness to adapt as goals and community needs shift.
• Strong financial acumen to manage budgets.
• Strong problem solving and analytical skills, including the ability to facilitate disagreement.
• Experience with identifying and stewarding new relationships, especially along lines of difference.
• We value candidates who can demonstrate capability and articulate how prior experiences will help them transition into this role.
Alignment to Culture and Values:
• Commitment to the mission and values of progressive social justice movements and RTF’s commitment to resourcing the BAMEMSA field equitably;
• Cultural responsiveness and an alignment with our values and commitment to equity and inclusion;
• Strong relationship building, high ethical standards, discretion, and tact;
• Personal qualities of humility and empathy.
Museum of Science, Boston
Looking for a role at an organization that explores potential and pushes out the edges of what is possible? As science and technology increasingly shape our lives, the Museum of Science (MOS) strives to equip and inspire everyone to use science for the global good. Among the world’s largest science centers and New England’s most attended cultural institution, the MOS engages nearly five million people a year – at Science Park and in museums around the world, in classrooms, and online. The Museum of Science is ideally positioned to lead the nationwide effort to promote engineering education awareness, bringing science, technology, and mathematics alive through its exhibits, programs, and more.
In this newly created role as Senior Director of Culture and Belonging, the Museum of Science seeks a collaborative, innovative human resources partner who will champion the organization’s core values and strategic commitment to attract, retain, advance, and support a broadly multicultural workforce while supporting and advancing a respectful, engaged, and equitable workplace culture.
Reporting to the Chief People Officer, the Senior Director of Culture and Belonging will oversee the strategy and delivery of our employee, volunteer, and internship experiences at the Museum alongside our diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility and belonging initiatives.