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Assistant Development Manager

The Conflict Center

Position Open Until Filled

Application Procedure

We are thrilled you are interested in applying for this position! Please submit the application and attach a cover letter to the bottom of the application. Or you can email your cover letter to info@conflictcenter.org with the subject “[Your Name] – Development Manager. Email inquiries only. 

The position will remain open until filled, however interested candidates are encouraged to submit an application and cover letter by Thursday, January 22, 2022. Qualified candidates will be interviewed as applications are received with a goal of hire by February 2022. 

 

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Summary:  This position is responsible for managing and contributing to multiple facets of The Conflict Center’s fund development plan.  

 


 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned):

  • Coordination of individual donor fundraising plan, including ongoing communication with donors, in collaboration with Executive Director
  • Plan and implement fundraising events in collaboration with other staff and volunteers, currently two annual events- In Your Element and Peace Day
  • Create and maintain an annual calendar for grant deadlines, reports and special events
  • Research and write corporate, foundation and government grants; maintain communication and relationships with funders
  • Track grants and work with program staff to complete grant reports
  • Maintain and update fund development files and reports
  • Manage a rich social media content calendar
  • Create and post shareable content appropriate for specific networks to spread both our brand and relevant content; including participant and donor interviews to leverage for fundraising
  • Contribute to TCC marketing committee, in coordination with Communication Specialist
  • Maintain the donor and client database (Salesforce)
  • Track donations and income that come through different platforms, including Colorado Gives, Paypal and Square 
  • Provide accounting support and management; including working with contract accountant and supervising administrative volunteers

 

Qualifications 

Two to four plus years experience with fund development in the non-profit sector or an equivalent experience or transferrable skills. Formal academic qualifications are not required. 


 

Additional Skills and Experience Requirements

Key skills:

  • Bachelors degree or equivalent work experience
  • Excellent communication, written and verbal  
  • Experience with grant writing and reporting  
  • Ability to work with volunteers individually and in committee structures 
  • Ability to handle detail with an emphasis on organizing digital grant files and attachments
  • Flexibility in responding to dynamic situations
  • Good interpersonal skills, including the ability to reflect and improve their communication and conflict resolution skills 
  • Collaboration as part of a team
  • Ability to organize daily work, ongoing work, and project work
  • Experience with outreach such as individual donors and foundation representatives

 

Experience with the following is a plus:

  • Fluency in Spanish
  • Salesforce
  • Google Suite
  • Generating and managing reports utilizing excel/google sheets and CRM software

 

Compensation & Benefits

Salary Range: $43,000 – $52,000, based on qualifications

The Conflict Center’s current benefits package includes 100% employer paid health insurance; 401k retirement plan with employer match up to 3% of salary; generous paid vacation, sick, and holiday leave; paid volunteer time-off; and professional development budget. 

 

This position is currently hybrid-remote but will be in-person again when safe to do so. 

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About The Conflict Center www.conflictcenter.org

The Conflict Center’s mission is to equip people with practical skills to navigate, transform and embrace everyday conflict.

Inclusiveness Commitment

In keeping with our values, The Conflict Center is committed to inclusion and equity and to social justice in the elimination of organizational structures and actions that oppress, exclude, limit, or discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, status as an officer or enlisted members of the military forces, veteran status, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, family status, or any other characteristic protected by law. TCC defines low-income life experience as struggling with stable housing, struggling to secure reliable employment and/or utilizing some form of government or social assistance. We welcome all who share our mission and vision. We are committed to providing our services to all people where individual differences are respected and valued.

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