Fields: environment, health, sustainability, labor, fundraising
Location: Seattle, Washington
About the Organization: Hanford Challenge is a non-profit organization whose mission is to create a future for the Hanford nuclear site that secures human health and safety, advances accountability, and promotes a sustainable environmental legacy.
Located in southeastern Washington along the Columbia River, Hanford is the most contaminated and dangerous nuclear waste site in America. Under strict military secrecy, Hanford produced plutonium for atomic weapons which will take another 50-75 years to clean up. For more than a decade, Hanford Challenge has worked to transform the Hanford nuclear site into a model of safe and effective cleanup by advocating for Hanford workers, exposing nuclear safety threats, and promoting reforms to protect human health, safety, and the environment.
About the Position: Under the direct guidance and supervision of the Deputy Director, the Development Coordinator is responsible for carrying out all aspects of the fundraising and development communication strategies of Hanford Challenge, including updating the annual Fund Activities Plan; managing and updating databases reflecting development and donations; drafting and managing appeal letters, e-appeals, portions of newsletters and reports; working with fundraising consultants; and managing fundraising events. Start Date: November 5, 2018
- Bachelor’s degree in business, communications, marketing, or related field.
- Nonprofit fundraising professional with at least one year of Development experience.
- Exceptional writing and communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with staff, potential and current funders, and community members.
- Understanding of fundraising/donor database management and reporting (Salesforce experience a plus).
- Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends.
- Preferred Qualifications:
- Experience leading and planning events (large events of 100+ attendees a plus).
- Experience working with publishing and graphics software.
- Grant Writing.
- Supervisory or team lead experience; Ability to supervise and manage people.
- Previous knowledge of the Hanford nuclear site.
Estimated Salary: $45,000-50,000 DOE + benefits (health insurance, sick leave)
Deadline: September 21, 2018